Islanders' captain runs the show as they find sublime form to set up quarter-final clash with Argentina Fiji made it look easy as they romped past Hong Kong and Australia in their final two group matches to win their pool yesterday. A 38-0 victory over Hong Kong and an efficient 31-5 triumph over Australia gave Fiji five wins out of five following victories on Friday over Japan, Portugal and Canada. The 10-time Hong Kong Sevens champions set up a Melrose Cup quarter-final against Argentina today, while runners-up Australia will meet South Africa. Japan and Portugal play in the plate, while Canada and Hong Kong will vie for bowl glory today. Fiji have been looking for perfection throughout the past two days and looked close to achieving that against the Aussies, who were without injured speedster Nick Reily and captain Tim Clark. Inspirational captain Waisale Serevi was at the controls of a sublime Fijian display. Resisting the temptation to run at defences with his trademark goose-steps and jinks as he did in the past, the 36-year-old Serevi flung precise passes to his teammates, including youngster William Ryder, who has now taken up the role of slippery customer. Ryder scored two tries against the Aussies with Semisi Naevo, Apolosi Satala and Marika Vunibaka also touching down. Fijian coach Wayne Pivac said Serevi continued to be an influential figure in the Fiji team. 'Waisale is the eyes for the other guys,' said Pivac. 'He brings the others into the game and puts players into gaps. 'Also, he is very precise with his kick-offs, which gives us a chance to keep possession, and that's what the game is about. We've also been putting pressure on him about his tackling. He's always ready for the big games and he's determined to do well in his last World Cup Sevens.' Pivac is now hoping his team can raise their level to new heights for the quarter-finals. 'There's more pressure. But we really lifted the intensity for the Australia match. We wanted to treat it like a knockout game,' he said. 'We want to keep the guys focused and we'll be doing our homework on Argentina.' Anthony Sauer scored Australia's only try against Fiji, having had to take on the speed duties in Reily's absence. Australian coach Glen Ella said Reily, who had five tries on the first day before suffering a shoulder injury, would be out for at least six weeks. '[Reily's absence] is not an excuse,' said Ella after the defeat. 'We missed too many one-on-one tackles. And if you do that against a side like Fiji, they are going to hurt you. 'We've improved with each game, but we wanted to judge ourselves against a quality opponent and we were inefficient in certain areas. Hopefully, the guys can bounce back tomorrow.' Australia, who also beat Canada 33-14 yesterday, were runners-up in the 1993 and 2001 World Cups. On Friday, they scored victories over Portugal, Hong Kong and Japan. The Japanese beat Portugal 14-12 and Hong Kong 19-10 yesterday to secure third place in the group and a place in the plate. Portugal beat Canada 10-7 to finish fourth. Japan face Russia while Portugal play Tunisia. Canada's 41-0 win over Hong Kong on Friday was their only triumph and enabled them to avoid bottom place, although they were still relegated to the bowl, where they meet Uruguay. Hong Kong take on Kenya.