Watch highlights as England earned their first win at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup by running in five tries against Lebanon.
Fiji: Naiqama (capt), Vunivalu, Milne, Uate, Montoya, Hayne, Raiwalui, Sims, Koroisau, Vunakece, Kikau, Faingaa, Kamikamica.
Interchanges: Lovodua, Saifiti, Roqica, Nakubuwai.
Wales: Kear, Williams, Channing, Roets, Grace, Davies, Grant, Kopczak (capt), Parry, Joseph, Lloyd, Burke, Knowles.
Interchanges: Ansell, Fozard, Barron, Evans.
Referee: Chris Kendall (Eng)
Fiji v Wales
08:30-10:45, BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
16:00-17:30, BBC Two
Wales were thrashed 50-6 by Papua New Guinea in their opening game of the World Cup in Port Moresby.
David Mead scored a hat-trick as the rampant hosts ran in 10 tries, while Regan Grace claimed Wales' only try with the last play of the game.
Only the winners of Pool C, which also features Ireland, will qualify for the quarter-finals.
Wales have not won at the World Cup since they beat PNG in 2000.
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The Rugby League World Cup takes place over 36 days, with 28 matches being played across 12 venues in three different countries.
Groups A and B have four teams, from which the top three progress to the quarter-finals, while groups C and D have three teams, with only the winners going into the last eight.
England are in group A alongside reigning champions Australia. Wayne Bennett's side will be looking to surpass their efforts at the last World Cup in 2013, where they bowed out at the semi-final stage in dramatic fashion.
Scotland are in group B which also includes 2013 finalists New Zealand, while Wales will battle it out with Ireland and Papua New Guinea for the one qualifying spot available in group C.
If you want more information you can visit our full guide to the Rugby World Cup here.