Wales pulled off a remarkable come-from-behind victory over England in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and now Warren Gatland's men will want to carry that massive momentum to the Pool A match against Fiji at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Thursday.
The win on Saturday has put Wales in pole position to qualify for the quarterfinals of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and a victory over Fiji will nearly guarantee them a place in the knockouts.
Wales' victory against England did come at a price, however, with Scott Williams and Hallam Amos ruled out of the tournament, while Liam Williams will miss this match against Fiji as he recovers from a concussion.
While Wales, rightly, savoured their victory over England, Gatland has made sure his team do not rest on their laurels and are ready to score a few tries against Fiji.
"They've had a bit of a rocket," Gatland said. "I said to them we would look at the GPS numbers and the intensity of training. I said: 'If I see any body language that is not right then I will change you.'
"It's not physical but mental. You've got to make sure that you are right after such a high. Sometimes the challenge is not the physical one but the mental one. Our job as coaches is to make them mentally right.
"We haven't talked too much of England and had much time for a review or to tidy things from the game. The whole focus is on preparing for Fiji -- we know how important it is. We have to put Saturday behind us. It's incredibly important to get a result on Thursday and if do that we're in the box seat a bit more."
Fiji did pretty well against England, even if they went down by a considerable margin, while they put up a decent fight against Australia, with the Wallabies only managing a 28-13 victory.
Against Wales, Fiji will have to play 100% error-free rugby to stance any chance of an upset.
"After two hard games against England and Australia in a short turnaround, we've got a number of bruised bodies," the Fiji coach John McKee, who made six changes to his team, said. "We have good depth in our squad, and it is a very strong team we have picked for this game.
"We believe it is one that will be especially suited to playing against Wales."
Teams: Wales: Matthew Morgan, Alex Cuthbert, Tyler Morgan, Jamie Roberts, George North, Dan Biggar, Gareth Davies; Taulupe Faletau, Sam Warburton, Dan Lydiate, Alun-Wyn Jones, Bradley Davies, Tomas Francis, Scott Baldwin, Gethin Jenkins.
Reserves: Ken Owens, Aaron Jarvis, Samson Lee, Luke Charteris, Justin Tipuric, Lloyd Williams, Rhys Priestland, James Hook.
Fiji: Metuisela Talebula, Timoci Nagusa, Vereniki Goneva, Lepani Botia, Aseli Tikoirotuma, Ben Volavola, Nemia Kenatale; Netani Talei, Akapusi Qera, Dominiko Waqaniburotu, Leone Nakarawa, Tevita Cavubati, Manasa Saulo, Sunia Koto, Campese Ma'afu.
Reserves: Viliame Veikoso, Peni Ravia, Leeroy Atalifo, Nemia Soqeta, Malakai Ravulo, Henry Seniloli, Joshua Matavesi, Kini Murimurivalu.
Where to Watch Live
Wales vs Fiji is set to begin at 4.45 pm local time (9.15 pm IST, 11.45 am ET). Live coverage of the match in India will be on Sony Six and Sony Six HD.
Viewers in the UK and Ireland can watch the match live on ITV, with the live stream option on ITV Player.
Sky Sport will show the match live in New Zealand, while the action can also be watched by live streaming online on Sky Go NZ. Viewers in Australia can watch Wales play Fiji live on Fox Sports, with the live stream option on Foxtel Play.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup match will be shown live in South Africa on SuperSport, while the live stream option is on SuperSport Live Video.
Audience in the USA can watch the rugby World Cup game live on Universal Sports, while the big action can also be live streamed on Universal Sports Online. Viewers in Canada can watch the game live on TSN, while the action can also be live streamed on TSN TV.