Ravai likely to start against Italy after strong performance

Vodafone Flying Fijians prop Peni Ravai is looking to stake his claim for a starting role this week after a strong performance against the Wallabies last weekend.
Ravai was a key asset for the Fiji forwards in the game against the Wallabies over the weekend.
Ravai grew up playing rugby in the backline.
He played wing and centre.
When he made it to provincial level, he started playing in the forwards since.
Fiji and Italy have played each other on ten occasions, each winning five times.
They have had only a single meeting at a Rugby World Cup fixture, which came in the first tournament in 1987.
Fiji has a 100% winning record at home, winning all three meetings, Italy on the other hand has a 75% winning record at home winning three times from four fixtures.
The Flying Fijians will host Italy at 2.30pm Saturday at the ANZ Stadium.

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