Gatland makes seven changes
Wales coach Warren Gatland has made seven changes to his team for Sunday's World Cup Pool D finale against Fiji at Waikato Stadium.
But wing Shane Williams, who has been suffering from a thigh strain, will not be risked ahead of a probable quarter-final appointment with Ireland in Wellington next week.
Wales beat Namibia 81-7 last Monday - their record World Cup win - and Gatland retains a number of that side, including centre Scott Williams, who scored three tries, full-back Lee Byrne, prop Gethin Jenkins and the entire back-row of Ryan Jones, skipper Sam Warburton and number eight Toby Faletau.
Warburton and Faletau will make their fourth successive starts of the World Cup, meaning they are the only players in Wales' 30-man squad with 100% appearance records.
Gatland recalls powerful Scarlets wing George North, with Leigh Halfpenny moving to the left flank, and Scott Williams features at outside centre, accommodating midfield partner Jamie Roberts' midfield return.
Half-backs Rhys Priestland and Mike Phillips are reunited, while switches in the pack see call-ups for hooker Huw Bennett, prop Adam Jones and lock Luke Charteris. Centre Jonathan Davies and lock Alun-Wyn Jones, who started the games against South Africa, Samoa and Namibia, are on bench duty, together with 101 times-capped Stephen Jones.
Shane Williams, full-back James Hook (shoulder) and flanker Dan Lydiate (ankle) were not considered for selection, although all three are on course to be available for the tournament's knockout phase.
"Shane might have been available to us if we had pushed him," Gatland said. "But he has taken a limited part in training this week and we are happy with the back three we have been able to put on the field for this game.
"Alun Wyn Jones and Jonathan Davies are two of the players who have started in all three games so far, and so we have freshened things up a little in the second row and centre, but we have both of them on the bench if we need them."
Victory for Wales - and therefore avenging their 2007 World Cup elimination defeat against Fiji in Nantes - would guarantee them a quarter-final place, although a draw or even just a losing bonus point might also be enough.