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By Gareth Griffiths
BBC Sport Wales at Otsu
Defence coach Shaun Edwards says hell beunbelievably disappointed if Wales dont at least emulate their 2011 World Cup semi-final place.
After beating Australia and Georgia in Pool D, Wales face Fiji on 9 four days.
Wins in these two group games and Wales will be taken by a quarter-final success against the Pool C runners-up to a semi-final – Edwards minimal goal.
If we do not win our next three, then I will be incredibly disappointed, he explained.
Should you win your next three, youre in exactly the semi-finals and we are right back to where we were at 2011.
Wales will clinch eligibility if they conquer Fiji in Oita Wednesday, whereas Argentina, England and France are contesting Pool C.
It will be Fijis final group match at a tournament where theyve run Australia close, suffered a shock loss and demonstrated their attacking threats with an emphatic 45-6 win over Georgia on Thursday.
That functionality impressed Edwards.
Theyre outstanding, he said. The first stage moves, they seem incredibly well organised and well coached.
Everyone knows about their X-factor that Fiji teams have always had, but now they also have good organisation.
A number of the fool plays around line-outs and starter performs from scrums, together with the athletes they have, are very tricky to defend against.
Theyre one of the groups you do not wish to break structure too far against.
Were under no illusions about what theyll bring. Their set-piece is extremely good too. I believed their scrum from the match against Georgia was great.
Edwards states Wales expect to have Dan Biggar available after he collapsed a head injury evaluation having left the area against Australia.
Hes back in practice, confirmed Edwards.
Hes tough as old boots and an amazing player and it would need to be a serious harm to keep him off the training pitch
Rhys Patchell who made a composed kicking performance in the 29-25 success replaced biggar.
Edwards was impressed by patchell defensively with all the Scarlets.
The Wallabies rear was penalised for a forearm at tackler Patchells face, a conclusion Australia captain Michael Hooper disputed with French referee Romain Poite.
Hooper explained the technique too poor of Patchell, but Edwards explained the Wales participant had been requested to adapt.
Rhys did what we asked of him. said Edwards.
We requested him to tackle higher than what hes been tackling, to go in and make the crash and he did this.
That [remark ] is around Michael Hooper. Hes entitled to his own opinion as is everyone else in the world.
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