Tonga were pushed hard by Papua New Guinea in their opener but will get it much easier against a Wales team that looks completely outclassed.
This is a complete mismatch by one of the classiest teams in world Rugby League and arguably the worst at the World Cup. And the way these games have been going in the second week then Tonga will be covering.
The two Pacific island teams to play so far against European opposition in Week 2 have seen Fiji beat Italy 60-4 and Samoa beat Greece 72-4. They have been physical mismatches.
Tonga were very good in their opener against PNG. They have a massive pack full of aggression to go with a very slick backline. While the spine is their weakness, Keaon Koloamatangi did a good job at rake last week and there is more than enough natural talent to wreak havoc with Wales.
Extended lines here can be bet up to -69.5.
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Will Penisini scored six tries in his last nine NRL games and scored on his debut for Tonga against PNG.
Talatau Amone is a slick mover who scored five tries in his last four NRL games.
Addin Fonua-Blake is a booming prop and these types have been causing the European teams all kinds of issues. He has 15 tries in 133 NRL games, a more than adequate return. He is excellent value to cross.