THE Flying Fijians have settled well in Georgia despite the cold temperatures and are looking forward to make amends this weekend.
Speaking to Times Sports from the capital of Georgia, Tbilisi, where the team is based for the match, team manager Aseri Rokoura said the players were focused on their last match of the Europe tour.
Fiji lost the first match 12-54 to England, then went down 29-31 to Gloucester and on Sunday was thrashed 0-53 by the Ireland A side.
Rokoura said they analysed the match against the shadow Irish and knew what needed to be done f against Georgia.
He said the players were disappointed with the result against Ireland A and were focusing on winning their last match on tour.
"The boys are all good here in Georgia. It's cold but not as cold as Dublin (Ireland), and we have reviewed the game against Ireland A," Rokoura said.
"They understand it was a disappointing performance but there were some areas in which we improved on in the match like our scrum," he said.
Rokoura said the players would be going through the match drills and game plan set out by head coach Inoke Male in a lead up to Sunday.
"We have identified where our weaknesses lie and the coach knows what needs to be done and the boys will be going through the drills set out by him (Male)."
He added some players have returned to their clubs in Europe while some are injured and are might not play against Georgia.
"Deacon Manu has left camp because of compassionate reasons, Timoci Matanavou has also left camp, Simeli Koniferedi and Josh Matavesi are the ones carrying injuries and are in doubt for the match.
"There are some bumps and bruises to some other players but they should be fine by match day," Rokoura said.
Meanwhile, a report on the Irish Examiner stated Manu was disappointed with the team's performance against Ireland A.
"It was really disappointing not to even get one score. We competed, I figure, relatively well at set-piece," he said to the Irish Examiner.
"We gave enough ball to the backs but just the continuity and discipline really let us down. We can be our own worst enemies at times. It was hugely frustrating because we wanted to get some kind of a result looking further ahead.
"This was really a hard pill to swallow. We had our opportunities in the 22 but got nothing. You need to get rewards, a penalty or a try, yet we were 20 points behind before we knew what hit us and our guys tend to make mistakes when things aren't going right."
He said Fiji needed to build credibility and earn ranking points for the next World Cup.
"We have to put in a lot of extra work and make sure that we go in positive fashion to Georgia because that is a ranking match for the World Cup. That's all that counts right now, we can look back but it's more positive to look forward," Manu said.