Wales can go into their clash with Fiji with the pressure off having all but secured their place in the last eight.
South Africa's win over Samoa means that Fiji need to record a hugely unlikely 62-point win over Wales to deny them a place in the quarter-finals.Wales have made seven changes to their line-up, with George North, Rhys Priestland, Jamie Roberts, Mike Phillips, Huw Bennett, Adam Jones and Luke Charteris all coming into the side following the 81-7 over Namibia.Jonathan Davies, Alun-Wyn Jones and Stephen Jones are among those named on the bench, with Shane Williams not risked due to a thigh strain.Fiji have made wholesale changes to their squad for the clash in Hamilton.With the Flying Fijians unable to make it through to the knockout stages, they have made 10 changes of personnel and two positional switches following the disappointing loss to Samoa.