Coach John McKee has finalised his 31-man squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan by omitting one player from his original 32-man side.
McKee had named a slightly enlarged squad for the tournament last month, which included one extra player than the 31 allowed for the tournament.
McKee has now reduced his side by dropping 11-test prop Lee-Roy Atalifo.
Atalifo joins an 11-man reserve list of players who will be on standby should injury strike the Flying Fijians at any point throughout the World Cup.
Fiji completed their World Cup preparation with a 29-19 victory over Tonga at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday, and have a three-week break until their tournament kicks-off against Australia in Sapporo on September 21.
Fiji’s 31-man World Cup Squad:
Ratu Veremalua Vugakoto
Fiji’s 11 standby players: