INOKE Male made only two changes from the run-on team that held the Highlanders Development to a 37-all draw in the opening Pacific Rugby Cup (PRC) New Zealand leg match for the second game tomorrow.
The Nemani Nadolo-skippered Fiji Warriors will hope to keep its unbeaten run intact when it faces Blues Development in Auckland.
Male also made a positional change for the game against the Blues Development which lost to Samoa A 17-19 in its first match.
Waisea Daveta has been named at tighthead prop while Eremasi Radrodro is at number eight.
Asiria Vueti, who featured at number eight against the Highlanders Development earlier this week, will be playing blindside flanker tomorrow.
The Warriors, which won the past four PRC titles, leads the 2013 PRC points table after a draw with the Highlanders Development and wins over Rebels Rising 27-22 and Brisbane Academy 24-17 in Australia.
Fiji Warriors: Apisai Vatubuli, Jale Sassen, Waisea Daveta, Nathan Hughes (VC), Matai Ucutabua, Asiria Vueti, Apisai Domolailai, Eremasi Radrodro, Henry Seniloli, Ratunaisa Vatuiranuku, Apisai Nawaqaliva, Nemani Nadolo (C), Jovesa Kunawave, Penaia Naweilili, Aisea Natoga,
Reserves: Seru Cakobau, Leroy Atalifo, Semi Keli, Josese Balebasoga, Inoke Tuisese, Kolinio Vunaki, Joseph Brown, Aporosa Duwai