New Zealand have been the most disappointing team of the big three this World Cup but against a struggling Fiji they will have no issues.
Fiji stunned the Rugby League World last World Cup when they eliminated New Zealand in the quarter finals. This is a very different Fiji team from that outfit and the one that has made three straight semi finals though.
This Fiji team is really lacking talent. There are the likes of Sivo, Kikau and Turuva but it falls away very quickly.
The Kiwis have again been disappointing, failing to cover any of their three games. Jahrome Hughes missed the opening two games though and it is clear that combinations or lack thereof have been an issue.
With their best team on the paddock though, New Zealand should be too classy, particularly in the key positions.
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