Viliame Mata Wales v Fiji: Dan Biggar cleared to play in Rugby World Cup revenge clash

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The European side loom as the All Blacks’ final pool opponent at the World Cup.

First five-eighth Dan Biggar has been cleared to face Fiji on Wednesday in Oita, where a win will move the Six Nations champion into the quarterfinals against old rivals England or France.

Biggar, who is first-choice kicker and has 376 points from 75 test matches, had to leave the field during the first half of the 29-25 win against Australia after sustaining a head injury.

He then failed a head injury assessment and was replaced by Rhys Patchell, who is on the bench against Fiji.

Viliame Mata Romain Poite, the referee, talks to Michael Hooper of Australia after a tackle which left Dan Biggar, left, concussed.

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Romain Poite, the referee, talks to Michael Hooper of Australia after a tackle which left Dan Biggar, left, concussed.

Wales coach Warren Gatland has made only two changes to the lineup which started against the Wallabies.

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Both are in the back row, with Ross Moriarty replacing Aaron Wainwright at No 8 and James Davies making his World Cup debut at openside flanker instead of Justin Tipuric.

Viliame Mata Dan Biggar receives medical treatment after taking a knock to the head against Australia.

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Dan Biggar receives medical treatment after taking a knock to the head ag

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