I know the players will leave nothing behind when they go out tonight, they will be as physical as they have been all year.
These are the words of Swire Shipping Fijian Drua coach Mick Byrne as the team prepares to take on Crusaders in a historic Super Rugby Pacific quarter final match in Christchurch this evening.
Bryne says they understand that they have got to be more physical than they have this year.
He says they were very physical at training this week and that was scary to watch.
He says the Crusaders will be clinical, fast and challenge their speed around the paddock especially from set pieces so they are preparing for that.
The coach says the Fijian Drua would play with the intensity they brought into the game against the Reds in Suva last weekend.
The Crusaders have a 23-0 record in home play off games which means the Drua are in for a tough one.
The Fijian Drua takes on the Crusaders at 7.05pm tonight.
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