After holding off a second-half fightback to claim a memorable victory over Australia in their last game, Wales now look odds-on to qualify for the 2019 Rugby World Cup quarter-final stages. And you can watch all the action live and in full no matter where you are in the world by following our Wales vs Fiji live stream guide below.
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A win should seal it, but Fiji come into the game on a high following an impressive win over Georgia that has kept their hopes of reaching the next phase alive, too.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland wouldn’t appear to be taking any chances going into Wednesday’s game, sticking with a largely unchanged side from the one that impressed against the Aussies. Ross Moriarty and James Davies come into the side for Aaron Wainwright and Justin Tipuric, and there’s a boost with confirmation that Dan Biggar has been given the all-clear to play despite taking a heavy knock in their last game.
Fiji have to win to give themselves a faint chance of qualification, and have unsurprisingly stuck with the same team they fielded against Georgia – the one exception being Viliame Mata who comes in to start at number eight ahead of Peceli Yato.
You can watch all the action from this crucial game from pretty much anywhere on Earth by following our Rugby World Cup Wales vs Fiji live stream guide below.