FIJI sevens coaches Alifereti Dere and Etuate Waqa expect better results from the players in the second fitness test at the HPU Gym in Laucala today.
Assistant coach Waqa said the players were informed about the plans for the 2012/13 International Rugby Board (IRB) Sevens World Series and the onus was on them to play their part in the beep test.
Waqa said the players were rated following the first fitness test last month and the results from today's test would determine their commitment towards donning the national jumper.
"We rated the players according to the results they achieved at the first fitness test and what we want to see is improvements during the second fitness test tomorrow (today)," the former dual international said.
"The players were given the training programs to follow and they were told about our plan for the series so we expect them to go a notch up."
Waqa said today's fitness test results would also give them a fair indication on the areas to work on in the remaining days leading up to the opening tournament of the series in Gold Coast, Australia next month.
He said it would also give them an idea on the players to be drafted in the 24-member squad to train for the opening leg of the series.
The fitness test will begin at 9.30am.
Squad - Manueli Laqai (Tailevu), Samu Saqiwa (Nadi), Sailosi Rabonaqica (Nadroga), S Dawai (Lautoka), U Lawavou (Nadroga), Levani Botia (Namosi), Joji Raqamate (Namosi), Ilai Tinai (Namosi), Niko Verekauta (Namosi), J. Tuiova (Nadi), W. Nagusu (Nadi), K. Taliga.(Nadi), D. Ratubuli, Mau, J. Tuwai (Naitasiri), T. Raibevu (Tailevu), S. Cakau (Namosi), Timoci Vakadranu (Naitasiri), Esira Vueti (Tailevu), G. Tube (Nadi), Apisai Domolailai (Nadroga), T. Vuadreu, Dan Rawaqa (Lautoka), Waisea Varani (Aust), Iliesa Ratuva (Nadroga), Inia Tukere (Tailevu), Samisoni Viriviri (Nadroga), Isake Katonibau (Tailevu), Leone Taburua (Suva), Apisalome Waqatabu (Nadroga), Watisoni Votu (Lautoka), A. Ratini (Tailevu), T. Natoga (Nadroga), Peni Ravai (Nadroga), L. Ratumuri (Nadi), Saimoni Tagitagilevu (Ba), Mosese Varamusu (Ovalau), Marika Kaseta (Ovalau), John Stewart (Naitasiri), Nemani Wakaya (Naitasiri), Jonetani Ralulu (Nadroga), Josaia Lotawa (Suva), Sakiusa Gavidi (Nadroga) and Osea Kolinisau (Suva).