Fiji earned their first ever win over England when the two nations met at Twickenham in a warm-up clash back in August, as Steve Borthwick’s side produced a dreadful display to leave them with huge questions heading into the tournament in France.
Some of those concerns have since been answered, with England topping Pool C after winning all four of their matches. They have still not been hugely convincing from an attacking point of view though, and were fortunate not to be beaten by Samoa with a full-strength side a week ago.
Fiji survived a scare of their own, as they went into the final pool-stage match against Portugal needing just a point to reach the last eight. That almost proved beyond them, with Portugal picking up a shock win and Fiji scraping through thanks to a losing bonus point.
Where to watch England vs Fiji
TV channel: In the UK, the game is available to watch live and free to air in the UK on ITV1, with coverage beginning at 3pm BST ahead of a 4pm kick-off.
Live stream: Fans can also catch the quarter-final action live online via the ITVX website and app.
Live blog: Follow the game live on matchday with Standard Sport’s blog, featuring expert analysis from rugby correspondent Nick Purewal at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille.