The Fiji women's rugby team are expecting a high-pace affair in the final World Cup qualifying tournament in Hong Kong.
The Fijiana 15s defeated Papua New Guinea 37-10 in Suva last month, to take out the inaugural Oceania Women's Championship.
Now they face Hong Kong and Japan, with the top two sides advancing to next year's tournament in Ireland.
Hong Kong are first up tonight and coach Seremaia Bai said he expected the Asian teams will want to play the game at pace.
"Watching both of the teams play, it's kind of a high-temp game," he said.
"All due respect to them, they play the gameplan really well but we just need to analyse and see what we can counter with. It will be a tough challenge."
"We love to run the ball as well but we've got to do the simple things right," said Bai.
"We'll go back to the basics: you've got to win the set piece and dominate the set piece, and ruck really well.
"Then the beauty of us is anybody can play with the ball in hand and then they're excited. Once you're physically fit then it will be more easy and exciting to watch the play."
Seremaia Bai said the team has prepared well but still needs to be fitter, keep their concentration and stick to the gameplan.