Fiji and Samoa will square off in a women's rugby international for the first time in 12 years today, with the winner to be crowned Oceania champions.
The Fijiana 15s have racked up 149 points and conceded only eight in big wins against Tonga and Papua New Guinea.
The Manu Sina leaked 45 points in a comeback win over PNG before running in 12 tries to outclass Tonga.
Fiji coach Inoke Male said the defending Oceania Women's Champions are expecting a physical encounter.
"We need to improve a lot in our forwards because Samoa has been playing well in their forwards so that is why we have been doing that in the last two training sessions. So we have not [been] doing well in the first game against Tonga and now Samoa is a well mobile team and they will be giving us more headaches in the front five."
Samoa are competing on the international stage after a four-year absense.
The Manu Sina prevailed 27-15 when they last played the Fijiana back in 2006.
Coach Ramsey Tomokino has been impressed by what he's seen from the hosts in recent times.
"They're a very good side. They've had a change of guard with their sevens coaching team so a lot of the previous Fijiana (sevens) girls, who are very good players, are now in that fifteens team so they'll be good. They look very good but we're confident that we will be able to come up with a plan and hopefully give them a very good game."
Meanwhile, Papua New Guinea and Tonga will play-off in the earlier game today as both sides seek their first win of the Oceania competition.