Fiji rugby coach John McKee believes his team may have more success against Australia's high-tempo game in Thursday morning's Rugby World Cup clash in Cardiff, than they did facing England's more structured approach.
The Fijians were beaten 35-11 in the tournament's opening match but McKee says the Wallabies' dynamic, high-speed game will maybe suit them better.
McKee has made four changes to his forward pack for tomorrow's game but stuck with the same backline and believes it can cause the Australian defence some problems.
He says they've also been inspired by watching Japan's upset win over South Africa, and suggests the gap between the top nations and the tier two teams is closing.
Meanwhile Wallabies centre Tevita Kuridrani is looking forward to taking on a familiar face....his cousin Nemani Nadolo.
Kuridrani, who was born and raised in Fiji, says he's had a few chats with Nadolo earlier in the week about how proud their family is back home and for them be here playing against each other on a big stage.
Nadolo made an instant impact on the World Cup when he lifted his hulking frame above England winger Anthony Watson to score his team's first try and landed a long-range penalty.