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Fiji head coach John McKee wants his players to understand all that’s at stake in Wednesday’s Rugby World Cup Pool D match against Wales.

All eyes back home in rugby-mad Fiji will be on the game at Oita Stadium, where Fiji plays its last group game and must beat the Six Nations champion to maintain its very small chance of reaching the quarterfinals.

“They’ve got to realize that the things that they do set an example for future generations,” McKee said. “These boys are very proud of representing their country and they really want to put in a performance that makes the whole nation proud.”

Before the Flying Fijian backs can torment Wales with their electrifying running game and inspirational off-loading, there’s a big battle up front to be won.

There was significant improvement in Fiji’s scrum play in the 45-10 win against Georgia, which is just as well considering what the Fijian forwards will be facing.

“We take some good momentum out of the Georgia

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