Georgia are the only team in the bottom four to have registered a win in Argentina, but that has not saved the squad from rotation.
In total, nine players have come into the side that beat Scotland last Wednesday – including Luka Nioradze, who scored the all-important winning try. Tedo Abzandadze, who converted Nioradze’s late try,day three has also been recalled, and the seven-test fly-half will hope to pilot the Junior Lelos to a second win of the tournament.
However, despite ending their Pool A campaign winless, Fiji competed for long periods with France, Wales and Argentina, and will be determined to avoid slipping into the relegation play-off in their first year back in the U20 Championship.
Nine changes have been made to the line-up that lost 44-28 to Wales last Wednesday, with Etonia Waqa, Caleb Muntz and Ratu Waqaninavatu among those returning to the starting side. Injury replacement Osea Natoga, who impressed from full-back against Wales, has been moved to the right wing to allow for Waqaninavatu’s inclusion.