Fijians are expecting a new page to be turned for the Fiji Water Flying Fijians when they battle the Wallabies next Monday.
Fiji 7s halfback and double Olympic gold medalist, Jerry Tuwai reminds the boys to play as a team and give their best against the Wallabies on Monday.
Former Fiji fullback, Kini Murimurivalu says he has hope in the boys that they will execute well in their game against the Wallabies.
A student of Fiji National University, Jope Lomani says he cannot wait to watch his favorite player, Waisea Nayacalevu showcase his talents for their game against the Wallabies.
Lomani says Fiji can beat the Wallabies.
Sonam Lata from Narere says the Flying Fijians have done their best and we hope that they will keep the nation proud with their performance in their upcoming match against the Wallabies.
A villager from Naraiyawa Village in Namosi, Virisila Nailauota says she is looking forward to watching her favorite player Waisea Nayacalevu dancing on the field on Monday morning.
Nailauota wishes the best of luck to the Flying Fijians for their second game.
Meanwhile, the father of the Flying Fijians captain, Waisale Vuidravuwalu says he is betting on Semi Radradra to put on a show and prove himself again that he can do better against the Wallabies on Monday.
Manhar Lal, from Robertson Road in Suva says the boys are doing well.
Lal says he has faith in the boys that they will perform better.
A student from Bucalevu Secondary School in Taveuni, Paul Daugunu says the battle was tough and the boys have given their best on the field against Wales.
The 16-year-old says we hope that the team will improve on the weaknesses in their next match against Australia next Monday.
The Flying Fijians will take on Australia at 3.45am Monday in Lyon.
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