Forwards: Lee Roy Atalifo, Isei Colati, Campese Ma’afu, Peni Ravai, Manasa Saulo, Sunia Koto, Tuapati Talemaitoga, Viliame Veikoso, Tevita Cavubati, Leone Nakarawa, Api Ratuniyarawa, Nemia Soqeta, Masi Matadigo, Akapusi Qera (c), Malakai Ravulo, Netani Talei, Dom Waqaniburotu, Peceli Yato.
Backs: Nemia Kenatale, Nikola Matawalu, Henry Seniloli, Lepani Botia, Gabby Lovobalavu, Josh Matavesi, Ben Volavola, Vereniki Goneva, Kini Murimurivalu, Nemani Nadolo, Waisea Nayacalevu, Metuisela Talebula, Asaeli Tikoirotuma.
Form: Very good, defeating Tonga, Samoa and Japan to set up a 2015 Pacific Nations Cup final against Samoa, who they toppled with a convincing 39-29 victory. Only weeks earlier Samoa had given New Zealand a second-half scare in Napier before going down 25-16, a result that speak volumes for Fiji's achievement. England beware – Fiji won't lie down in the tournament's opening match.
Captain: Akapusi Qera. The Montpellier openside will be appearing at a third World Cup and his second as Fiji's captain. A well-travelled openside who played for Gloucester for seven years, he is a key link in Fiji's attacking game.
Star player: Niki Goneva. Made his name for Leicester in the 2013-14 campaign as a powerhouse centre who can make a break. Although he failed to scale those heights last season, the squad's vice-captain is one of Fiji's dangermen.
World Cup history: Fiji have precious few wins against tier one nations, but their 38-34 victory over Wales in 2007 was one of them. It remains their World Cup highlight, although their battling 37-20 loss to South Africa in the ensuing quarter-final was admirable.
Fiji's Pool A fixtures:
Fri 18 Sept ENGLAND v FIJI (Twickenham, 8pm)
Wed 23 Sept AUSTRALIA v FIJI (Millennium Stadium, 4.45pm)
Thur 1 Oct WALES v FIJI (Millennium Stadium, 4.45pm)