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The Telecom Fiji Warriors will meet Japan A in its second round of the Pacific Rugby Challenge this afternoon.
Coach Senirusi Seruvakula says they are focusing on their discipline where they lacked in, in their game against Tonga last Friday.
“We just need to discipline in all aspect of the game and if we maintain our discipline it will work well for us and that’s one thing we’ve talked about after the game against Tonga and hopefully they will step up in our game against Japan.”
Seruvakula adds they have also talked about what to expect from the Japan side.
Fiji will take on Japan A at 5.30pm while Tonga A will meet Samoa A at 3pm today at ANZ Stadium.
SOURCE: FBC SPORTS/PACNEWS
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