NASINU Secondary School's Vincent Fisher will spearhead Fiji Presidents XV's campaign against the Australia Schoolboys at Churchill Park in Lautoka this afternoon.
Fisher has been named at number eight in the team.
Fiji Presidents XV team manager Pita Molidua said they had one week preparation for the match.
He said this was because the players had been concentrating on their examinations.
Molidua said they expected the Aussie to front them in the forwards battle.
"They will be very strong in the forwards," Molidua said.
"They have big boys and will be concentrating their game around them. We have had one week preparation. Earlier in the school holidays the boys were together."
"We have some talented players in the side. The aim is to make a good start. If we play according to the game plan then we can get a positive result. We are going in with a positive mind-set."
Meanwhile, Neori Nadruku the son of former Fiji 7s rep and Canberra Raiders star winger Noa Nadruku has been named in the reserves for the visitors.
The match will kick off at 3pm.
Presidents XV: Eparama Turaga, Jovesa Nataqirivitukalulu, Atunaisa Rakota, Pita Nacagilevu, Kemueli Tokalau, Semi Ratucoka, Setareki Koroitamana, Vincent Fisher, Adriu Navia, Akuila Tabualevu, Viliame Kikau, Mosese Serevakayakavi, Viliesa Varawa, Apenisa Buka, Sekoce Lili. Reserves: Alipate Botabota, Savenaca Komaisavai, Richard Matakiwai, Tevita Kasikasi, Jeremaia Nakete, Kelemedi Lenati, Naibuka Nakavo, Ratucawa Maciu, Apimeleki Vunaki.
Australia Schoolboys: Tomas Robertson, Tom Wilson, Matt Sandell, Tom Staniforth, Jack Cornelsen, Adam Korczyk, Brad Wilkin, Lolo Fakaosilea, Andrew Ferris, Reece Hodge, Andrew Kellaway, Tepai Moeroa, Andrew Robinson, Gareth Kalell, John Porch. Reserves: Siotame Kavapalu, Francois Postal, Neori Nadruku, Mitchell Whiteley, Jack Dempsey, Angus Pulver, Jack Tuttle, Jonah Placid.