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After their win this morning the Fiji Airways 7s side has been drawn in a challenging pool in Paris.
Fiji will meet England, London 7s surprise package Ireland and Argentina.
In pool B Australia face South Africa, Wales, and Kenya.
USA lead pool C against Canada, Samoa and Spain and last pool France will meet New Zealand, Scotland and Japan.
The Fiji 7s side needs to win the tournament in Paris to claim the series title or just reach the final and hope USA does not make it in the top two.
Fiji has been in this position before where they had to finish well in the last tournament to claim the series title but fell short.
Meanwhile, the Paris 7s will kick off this weekend.
SOURCE: FBC SPORTS/PACNEWS
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