FLYING Fijians head coach Inoke Male believes a win against the highly-fancied England is achievable despite the odds heavily stacked against them.
Fiji and England have met each other four times with the English winning on all occasions.
The first match between the two nations was back in 1988 in Suva where England won 25-12. In 1989 England thrashed Fiji 58-23 at Twickenham and in 1991 England beat Fiji 28-12 in Suva. In 1999 Fiji lost to England 24-45 in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final at Twickenham.
Male was part of the Fiji team that played in the 1999 RWC.
He said the aim for the northern hemisphere tour was to win all matches.
Male said fans needed to have faith in the players.
He said they wanted to improve from the 2012 Pacific Nations Cup where they recorded two wins and a loss.
"Our mission is to win every game on the northern tour," the former Fiji number eight said.
"We think that is achievable if we have faith in the boys that they can do it. They have done it many times in the abbreviated code.
"The set pieces will be a key factor and that is why we brought in Cameron Blades to help us. He has been with us for two weeks. That is good enough time to prepare.
"We want to keep the momentum going after the Pacific Rugby Cup and the Pacific Nations Cup. So far we have won two out of our four Test matches this year. We would like to improve from the PNC where we won two from three."
Fiji was ranked number 10 in the world before the 2011 RWC. However a dismal performance in the event saw the side drop to 14th.
Male said it was no use bragging about the past results. He said they needed to focus on the future and the 2015 RWC.
The Tailevu native said the bigger nations needed to be reminded that Fiji needed to develop a player base for major events like the RWC and Test matches.
"Lots of things have been stated about our last RWC campaign but we should put all that behind us and work towards 2015," Male said.
"We have to tell the bigger nations that we need to develop our player base. This is for the RWC and the Test matches.
"We want to give the local players more exposure. The bulk of the forwards are locals. The inside backs are from Europe, so we will be able to build the combinations."
"We will look at the England fixture like any other game. We will try and adapt to the conditions in Europe."