Wales braces for Flying Fijians
November 9, 2014 10:58 pm
The Wales rugby team is confident they will be able to put in a much more polished performance against the Vodafone Flying Fijians this Sunday.
Wales lost 33-28 to Australia yesterday but believe they have picked up a lot of positives from the match, which will help them against Fiji.
Welsh captain, Sam Warburton, says at training this week, they will be looking at a lot of things.
“You always disappointed with losing any game immediately after. But you do think when we look at the tape, I think there will be a lot of pleasing signs moving forward. And like I said it was the best first match we played together so I am confident to say we will only get better in the next few weeks.”
Fiji, which lost 40-15 to France, will also be working on areas, which were weak areas in the match.
The Fiji -Wales match starts at 3.30am on Sunday.