Another player that is looking to stamp his mark in tomorrow’s game, is the “Sledge Hammer” Eroni Sau.
The hard-hitting Sau will be on the left wing, when the Flying Fijians run onto the ANZ Stadium field tomorrow.
Sau was on recovery in the past few weeks, which put him out of selection in the previous three games.
But he has fully recovered and is being named in the starting line-up against Canada, and fans now have a chance to watch one of our powerhouses “wrack it up”, on the field tomorrow.
Sau says there will be a lot to expect in the second round of the World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup – as he is aiming to stamp his mark, and put his hands up for selection for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in September.