The Pacific Rugby Cup resumes on Wednesday evening with the Fiji Warriors looking to continue their winning start against the Junior Waratahs in Sydney.
The Warriors edged the Queensland Reds Academy 27-26 in their opening fixture and team manager Semi Rogoyawa says they've been refining their set piece play ahead of today's clash with New South Wales.
He says they are fortunate to have already come up against a number of the Waratahs players during their pre-season tour in January.
"Some of those who played in that trial match played with the development side and we haven't seen any footage from the Tongan game but we are prepared to play with them."
In the other second round matches Tonga A take on the Brumby Runners and Samoa A are in Brisbane to play the Queensland Academy.