THE belief is contagious and Fijians believe that Fiji can emerge from the so called “pool of death” in the Rugby World Cup.
Fijian flyer Nemani Nadolo, like his captain Akapusi Qera said if Fiji found their A-game, they could still emerge from the toughest pool in the competition even though England, Wales and Australia were obvious favourites ahead of them.
“Good. We love that, that we’re sort of the forgotten side,” said Nadolo.
“We go into the competition with nothing to lose; those guys (Australia, England and Wales) go in with everything to lose.
“We’re really excited.
“We’ve done everything we possibly could to be here and hopefully we can put some smiles on people’s faces and have fun.
“Plain and simple, we didn’t come here to lose.
“We’ve worked really hard as a side.
“Definitely looking forward to it. We can shock the world.”
Fiji is 25 to 1 to win against England on September 19 and have 1000 to 1 odds in them winning the RWC.