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Wales made it two wins out of two in Pool A of the 2015 World Cup at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday night, when they somehow clawed their back from 10 points down to England, to win the game by 28-25. On Thursday, the Welsh return to perform in front of their own fans in Cardiff, against the dangerous Fiji side, that has been competitive in their first two outings, without producing the scintillating rugby of which we all know that they are capable.
The game in Cardiff may provide the Welsh coach, Warren Gatland, with his most difficult decisions on selection of the whole tournament. With regard to qualification from the "Pool of death", nothing will be confirmed for Wales by the outcome of Thursday's contest, and yet it is a game that wales dare not lose.
With his squad becoming ever more depleted with each passing game, Scott Williams and Hallam Amos were ruled out of the tournament due to injuries sustained against England, can Gatland afford to play key players against Fiji? On the other hand does he have the resources to rest key players against a team who traditionally perform well against Wales. The memory of 2007 in Nantes, when Fiji defeated Wales 38-34, to knock them out of the Rugby World Cup, will still be a painful episode for many Welsh rugby supporters.
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