Fiji book Rugby World Cup spot against Wales
Wales will face Fiji in their pool at the 2019 Rugby World Cup after the Pacific Islanders beat Tonga 14-10 to book their place in Japan.
Leone Nakarawa's try and three Ben Volavola penalties in Nuku'alofa saw Fiji confirmed as the top Oceania qualifier.
Their reward is a place in Group D alongside Wales, Australia and Georgia.
The last remaining spot will be taken by the winner of the Americas 2 qualifier between Canada and Uruguay.
It will be the fourth successive World Cup that Wales have faced Fiji in the group stage.