Sam Warburton's Wales can take a giant step towards securing an automatic World Cup quarter-final qualifying spot when they face Fiji on Thursday.
The Welsh skipper said that after their dramatic win over England, the team are determined not to talk themselves out of another victory.
The Welsh are second in the "Pool of Death" on points difference from Australia, the two sides having both notched up two victories in two matches.
England sit third having lost 28-25 to Wales and play the Wallabies at Twickenham on Saturday in a must-win match.
Warburton said the team had been buoyed by their outstanding win over England even though it came at an injury cost, Hallam Amos and Scott Williams ruled out and Liam Williams undergoing concussion protocols.
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