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It will be a fired up Fiji which runs out against Australia in the Rugby League World Cup this weekend, with Sharks Paul Gallen and Andrew Fifita set to be in the thick of the action once again.

The two Sharks have been named in a 19-man Kangaroo squad in what could potentially be the last official game for retiring Fiji, Queensland and Broncos prop Petero Civonecevia.

For Gallen and Fifita, it will be the fifth game of the tournament for both players, with the pair having participated in every game during the Kangaroos campaign.

Australian coach Tim Sheens has opted for the experienced Brent Tate in the centres in the only contentious selection decision, with Michael Jennings and Josh Morris missing a place in the Kangaroo squad.

In an interview with Tim Sheens explained the reasoning behind his choosing Tate, which previewing the RLWC semi final clash.

See what the coach had to say, with the interview with Sheens now playing on Sharks TV.
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