Fiji have beaten Samoa in the Pacific Nations Cup in a contest between two of Wales' World Cup opponents.
Hosts Fiji, who had lost their opening match against Tonga, crossed for five tries in a 36-18 win in Lautoka.
Fiji and Samoa are among Wales' Pool D opponents in the World Cup in New Zealand later this year.
In the competition's other match Japan, who had lost their opening fixture against Samoa, beat Tonga 28-27.
The our teams have won and lost one game apiece and honours will be decided in the third and final round to be played in Lautoka on Wednesday.