17 Jun, 19:25
Ireland pulled clear of hosts Canada with four tries in the closing half hour as they earned a 40-14 victory at the BMO Stadium on Saturday night. Check out some photos from the Toronto tussle.
...Pacific Islanders coach Pat Lam...
The Pacific Islanders will show five changes to the team that lost 34-22 to Scotland when they meet Ireland in the third and final Test of the Guinness Autumn Series on Sunday.
The tourists' starting line-up includes 10 players who ply their trade with European clubs - eight of them in England. The unavailability of flying Fijian winger Rupeni Caucaunibuca, who has had to return to his French club Agen for personal reasons, means his countryman Kameli Ratuvou switches across from the outside centre berth to the left wing.
Leicester's Fijian centre Seru Rabeni, who was on bench duty at Murrayfield, will start at number 13 with the remainder of the personnel changes - four - coming in the forwards.
Samoan Justin Va'a and Tonga's Aleki Lutui have replaced Taufa'ao Felise and Mahonri Scwalger in the front row respectively. Hale T-Pole comes in for his fellow Tongan Epi Taione at number 8, while former Cardiff flanker Ma'ama Molitika, the powerful Tongan, is set to fill in for Viliami Vaki, who received a three-week suspension for his dangerous tackle on Chris Cusiter last Saturday.
Simon Raiwalui, the Saracens lock and long-time Fijian international, will captain the Islanders for the third time (in the space of three weeks) despite fears over the damaged wrist he sustained against the Scots.
PACIFIC ISLANDERS TEAM AND REPLACEMENTS (v Ireland, Lansdowne Road, Sunday, November 26, kick-off 2.45pm):
15 - Norman Ligairi (Brive, Fiji)
14 - Lome Fa'atau (Wellington, Samoa)
13 - Seru Rabeni (Leicester, Fiji)
12 - Elvis Seveali'i (Sale, Samoa)
11 - Kameli Ratuvou (Saracens, Fiji)
10 - Tusi Pisi (Massey, Samoa)
9 - Mosese Rauluni (Saracens, Fiji)
1 - Justin Va'a (Glasgow, Samoa)
2 - Aleki Lutui (Worcester, Tonga)
3 - Tevita Taumoepeau (Worcester, Tonga)
4 - Simon Raiwalui (Saracens, Fiji) (capt)
5 - Daniel Leo (Wasps, Samoa)
6 - Ma'ama Molitika (IBM, Tonga)
7 - Nili Latu (Bay of Plenty, Tonga)
8 - Hale T-Pole (Southland, Tonga)
16 - Mahonri Schwalger (Wellington, Samoa)
17 - Taufa'ao Felise (Cardiff, Tonga)
18 - Epi Taione (Sanyo, Tonga)
19 - Aca Ratuva (Massy Essonne, Fiji)
20 - Junior Poluleuligaga (North Harbour, Samoa)
21 - Seilala Mapasua (London Irish, Samoa)
22 - Alesana Tuilagi (Leicester, Samoa)