The Fiji Rugby Union is awaiting the medical report from Semi Radradra’s club to ascertain whether Radradra will be able to feature for Fiji during the Autumn Nations Cup.
Radradra limped out of the closing stages of Bristol’s Challenge Cup final win over Toulon after sustaining a hamstring injury.
FRU CEO John O'Connor says they have other players based in France who can replace Radradra if he is ruled out.
Radradra is one of the most dangerous rugby players in the world and lit up the Rugby World Cup last year with his devastating runs and tackles.
Fiji is expected to play Portugal in a warm-up match on 6th November.
Fiji's first match in the Autumn Nations Cup is against France on Sunday 15th November.
Fiji will then meet Italy on 21st November before traveling to Murrayfield to play Scotland in the final round on the 28th of November.
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