The Leicester centre has a growing reputation since joining the English side from Tarbes in France. A big ball-carrier with good hands and strong defensive game, he will need to be watched.
The Glasgow scrum-half showed his incredible skills in scoring the try of the day last Saturday and, as a former Sevens expert, can break from anywhere. At 23, he is one of the bright hopefuls in the Fijian game.
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He is injured at the moment, but the Leinster flyer would not have been involved anyway. Only played for Fiji for a couple of minutes in 2003 and is cagey when asked to discuss it now, but international rugby's loss is a big one.
The Clermont winger is one of the biggest threats in the European game, but instead of Limerick, he will be back home in Fiji playing in a Sevens tournament. Nalaga has retired from Test rugby, denying Fiji one of the most explosive wingers in the game.
The dynamic second-row has been banned by the French rugby federation for a month after Fiji complaints about his non-release. The Racing Metro man would have made a huge difference at Twickenham, where the tourists' pack were bullied.