Williams says autumn internationals clash with Fiji is a 'massive' game for Wales
The upcoming autumn internationals tie with Fiji is a "massive" game for Wales, flanker Martyn Williams has set.
Wales will be looking to turn their fortunes around when they face the islanders later this month, having already lost to Australia and South Africa.
And with a clash with New Zealand, currently ranked number one in the world, coming up before the end of the month, Williams believes it is vital Wales put in a good performance against Fiji.
"We've lost the first two games of the autumn which is desperately disappointing," Williams told the Press Association.
"Quite a few of us know you don't underestimate Fiji - they are a quality side, very dangerous. It's a massive game for us."
Wales lost to South Africa 25-29 on Saturday (November 13th) despite having led 20-9 at one point.
"It was so close, yet so far," added Williams. "It was a game we should have won, given we were that far in front. It's very disappointing."
Wales play Fiji at the Millennium Stadium on November 20th.
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