All players are due to get a run as Fiji's Olympic football team kick off their tour of Spain this evening.
Fiji take on Levante United first up at the Sports City Ground in Valencia.
Head coach Frank Farina confessing to Fiji FA Media they don't know much about their opponents.
"We know nothing really about our opponents and there's nothing wrong with that
because my focus is on us, more than anything else, and the way we play, irrespective of what team we play. Obviously, when we get to the Olympic we will know a lot more about our opponents and we can do a lot of video analysis and whatever but in terms of this trip it's all about us, not so much about who we're playing".
Tonight's match is the first of a six game tour in preparation for Fiji's Olympic football debut in Rio in August.
Frank Farina says the conditions in Europe should allow for an expansive game.
"The field are better to what we're used to in Fiji so we'll be able to play, we'll be able to play a passing game, if we want to try that. This trip is about our first steps to Rio and it's about getting the playing structure in place and if you're playing on a good field you should be able to do that".