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Vodafone Flying Fijians coach John McKee expects a fierce battle against Samoa in the Pacific Nations Cup encounter on Saturday.
Fiji will win the PNC title if it beats Samoa.
McKee says Samoa will use its fast backline to outpace the Fijians in their must win match.
“Samoa I think they have a very good backline and I think they will be dangerous in that area and they also got good kicking game from their half-back so we need to be aware of that.”
Fiji beat Samoa 26-16 when they played for the Pacific Nation Cup last year
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