Earlier in the week Australia said they have been focusing on their defence against the free-flowing Fijians, and trying to prevent the Fijians from throwing offload passes in the tackle but Fiji Water Flying Fijians Assistant coach, Graham Dewes says the Wallabies can practise all they want
Dewes says when they hear that, it gives them confidence.
He says the main thing they need to worry about is working on doing the basics really well.
He adds those offloads will come into play when they get good front ball as it's just playing the natural Fijian style.
Dewes says Fiji has worked to improve their forward pack in recent years, something the Australians alluded to earlier this week.
Flying Fijians lock Isoa Nasilasila says over the past few years, they have had a real emphasis on building their set-piece as a forward pack and trying to build their game around that.
Nasilasila says in a rugby game, you can not really play without the set-piece, so, individually, they have done a pretty good job about building their set-piece as a forward pack.
Fiji play Australia at 3.45am tomorrow in Lyon.
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