Flying Fijians winger Josua Tuisova and prop Peni Ravai are recovering well.

The two missed the historic 30-22 win against England on Saturday after sustaining injuries during last Thursday’s training session.

Head coach Simon Raiwalui said they’re progressing well.

“Josh is doing well, his back running and is on track. Peni Ravai had a slight hamstring strain, his back running as well. We had a few niggles after a hard game against England with a couple of bumps and bruises but we have the majority of our players available.”

Raiwalui said Meli Derenalagi and Iosefo Masi have also returned to full training.

Derenalagi had a slight shoulder contusion after the game against Japan.

Raiwalui said at the moment all the players are in good shape, and on track with their preparation for the clash against Wales.

Meanwhile, Flying Fijians lock Isoa Nasilasila knows the journey will just get tougher from here.

The win over England is history and Nasilasila hopes it won’t have a negative impact on their World Cup campaign.

Nasilasila believes they need to stay grounded, especially with the hype following their historical win against England on Sunday.

“There’s a lot of hype around us but I think we just try to control it, individually and as a team just try and keep it a bit humble and try to do our job first on the field and off the field, and hopefully it comes together on the field.”

The side expects to see more fans in France after beating England.

Many Fijian fans in England are now making their travel arrangements to watch the Fiji and Wales clash in Bordeaux.

The team is on a break and will travel to France tonight.