FIJIANA coach Elenoa Kunatuba said they are not intimidated by the fact that they would face England and US in the Women's Sevens World Series.
The Fijiana have been drawn with England, US and hosts China for the Guangzhou Women's Sevens in China on March 30 and 31.
The side resumed training on Monday however, three players were missing because they were recovering from sickness.
"Last week, we had a flu scare so we halted training for a few days to make sure the flu doesn't spread to other players," Kunatuba said.
"We have resumed training except for the three girls who are still recovering and would join us later this week," she said.
Earlier this week Kunatuba mentioned England and US were the finalists in the second leg of the Series which was hosted by US.
She said she and members of her team had seen videos of the two teams' games and had noticed their girls were big and strong.
She added China would not be pushovers as well because they were the side that the Fijiana played during the final of the Asian Women's Sevens Championship in India last year.
"The girls are actually motivated by the fact they have been pooled with England and US," she said.
"They are looking forward to playing against them because it would a learning experience for them."
"I have told them not to treat England and United States as being better than us because at the end of the day, they are just another team and they are human beings like us."
"So we do what we have planned and play as we have planned because its just another game for us," she said.