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Waisea Nacuqu who sustained a collar-bone fracture in Las Vegas has been named in the Fiji Airways 7s side for the London and Paris 7s.
Baber maintained his core players from the last two tournaments and also welcomes the return of Nacuqu.
Captain Paula Dranisinukula will steer the forward pack flanked by Sevuloni Mocenecagi, Josua Vakurinabili and Ratu Meli Derenelagi.t
Livai Ikanikoda and Napolioni Ratu have also been given the nod again.
Jerry Tuwai has overcome his hamstring injury that hampered his Singapore tournament.
Filimoni Botitu, Aminiasi Tuimaba, Alasio Naduva, Isoa Tabu, Apenisa Cakaubalavu and Asaeli Tuivoka are also in the 14-member team.
Meanwhile, Terio Tamani has failed to make the cut for the last two tournaments.
Fiji sits second on the HSBC World Sevens Series standings with 142 points, three points behind current leaders USA.
Fiji will play Kenya, France and Samoa in pool play in London.
The London 7s will be held from the 25th to the 27th of this month.
Fiji Airways Fijian 7s tournament team for the 2019 London 7s.
1. Sevuloni Mocenacagi
2. Josua Vakurinabili
3. Isoa Tabu
4. Paula Dranisinukula (C)
5. Apenisa Cakaubalavu
6. Ratu Meli Derenalagi
7. Filimoni Botitu
8. Livai Ikanikoda
9. Jerry Tuwai
10. Alasio Naduva
11. Aminiasi Tuimaba
12. Waisea Nacuqu
13. Napolioni Ratu
14. Asaeli Tuivoka.
SOURCE: FBC SPORTS/PACNEWS
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