Fiji excels as the most disciplined team, particularly in their breakdown skills.


Fiji excels as the most disciplined team particularly in their breakdown skills.

The Fiji Water Flying Fijians have emerged as the most disciplined team at the Rugby World Cup after three rounds.

Fiji has incurred just 24 penalties in total, averaging a mere eight per game. Remarkably, their defensive prowess has seen them penalized only five times.

Furthermore, in the domain of turnovers, the Flying Fijians have consistently excelled. Their statistics reveal an impressive average of 8.3 turnovers per game, with five of these turnovers originating from the breakdown, a feat unmatched by any other team.

The national side is the sole team maintaining a flawless 100% scrum success rate. However, their lineout performance has not been as stellar, as they’ve surrendered the most lineouts per game, which totals four. They share the sixth-best lineout success rate at 78%, a standing they share with Ireland.

Our team has slipped to second place in terms of carries per game, with 138, trailing behind Scotland. They also rank fifth in line-breaks made while conceding the highest number of turnovers in a match, which is typically attributed to their style of play.

Under the guidance of coach Simon Raiwalui, the team excels in collisions, averaging 44.3 per game. They boast the fourth-best success rate, with 47% of their carries being dominant.

Fiji’s final pool game is scheduled against Portugal on Monday at 7 a.m

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