American Samoa and Papua New Guinea will meet in a top of the table clash in the Oceania Cup rugby competition in Port Moresby today.
Hosts PNG outclassed Tahiti 32-10 in the opening round on Saturday, with American Samoa beating Solomon Islands 30-15 at Sir Hubert Murray Stadium.
The General Manager of Rugby PNG, Frank Genia, says the US territory may be newcomers to the competition but they won't be easybeats.
"We have some serious opposition here with American Samoa making their debut in the tournament. As typical Samoans they're quite big - generally bigger than a lot of the other Melanesian countries - so it's going to be a challenge for us but a challenge we're looking forward to".
Solomon Islands and Tahiti will also clash today, with the final round of matches this weekend.