World Series leaders Fiji are eyeing up a blockbuster match against the All Black Sevens this weekend.
Sonny Bill Williams' impending debut for New Zealand has been one of the key talking points this week while Ardie Savea and Kurt Baker have also bolstered the home side, who struggled in Dubai and Cape Town.
Fiji were Cup winners in Dubai and the World Series champions lead South Africa on points difference after two rounds.
Ben Ryan's squad have their own returning star in Toulouse flyer Semi Kunatani and he says they would relish the chance to test themselves against the hosts, in the countdown to the Rio Olympics.
"With the different shape now of the All Blacks side that they've put into this tournament we would love to play them and beat them here. That would show that we're a side that's gaining momentum. We won't get that opportunity until the semi finals or the final [and] I still think we've got a pretty tricky group. If we don't win and I can see an improvement in the side I'll be reasonably happy but I mean we're in the business of winning - don't shy away from it. I don't want to be a coach that starts telling you that that's now what we're after - of course we are. We want to win tournaments and if we leave here Sunday night without the trophy we will all be disappointed."
Fiji play Japan first up tomorrow, along with Argentina and Wales.