Fiji escaped the embarrassment of a loss to the Eagles by the skin of their teeth, just holding out after playing shorthanded for a quarter of the match.
Japan return to Tbilisi for the second time in three years as they face the Lelos in a fascinating contest between two evenly matched and improving sides.
France play host to Argentina with a clean sweep of the autumn tests within their grasp, and a chance to show some rare consistency in their performance.
Canada return to the scene of their one point defeat a year ago, hoping to salvage something from a mediocre European tour against the defiant Romanians.
Revenge will have to be served cool and damp as Scotland look to get one back on the great upsetters – the Ikale Tahi of Tonga – in drizzly Kilmarnock.
After coming up short against Argentina in a match they probably should have won, Italy welcome South Africa with only the faintest hint of sincerity.
It wasn’t easy, with more strong team performances than individual ones, but a team has been scraped together with 12 different countries represented!
England were handed their 5th defeat on the trot as South Africa took a 3 point victory, coincidentally their 5th straight win at Fortress Twickenham.
Tonga scored 26 unanswered points in a dominant second half to pull away from an inventive but inaccurate American side in front of the Kingsholm faithful.
Manu Samoa overcame their heavily publicised off-field problems to score a much needed win over Canada at the Stade de la Rabine in historic Brittany.