Fiji looked primed to repeat their feat as men’s rugby sevens gold medallists as they cruised by Australia 19-0 in their quarter final, setting up a date with Argentina in the semis at Tokyo 2020 . New Zealand will square off against Great Britain in the other semi-final. Both matches will take place on Thursday, with the gold medal clash set for 5pm at Tokyo Stadium. Fiji were up 7-0 at half-time on a try by Jerry Tuwai, and then capped off the win with more scores from Tuwai and Aminiasi Tuimaba. They got by on their usual stingy defence, stopping the Aussies on multiple occasions close to the goal line. In the first quarter-final, New Zealand defeated Canada 21-10 on two tries by Scott Curry, while Andrew Knewstubb went two for two on conversions. The Kiwis were knocked out by Fiji in the quarter-finals of Rio 2016, while Canada failed to qualify. The second quarter-final featured a rousing comeback from Great Britain. Down 21-7 at half-time against the Americans, they stormed back to win 26-21, led by tries from three different players (Ben Harris, Alex Davis and Dan Norton), while Perry Baker had two in the loss. Great Britain actually made the final of Rio 2016, losing to Fiji 43-7. Argentina won a gruelling match over South Africa 19-14, still pulling out a victory after Gaston Revol got a red card halfway through the second minute mark of the first half. Argentina were down a try to start the game, but came back and got scores from Santiago Alvarez and two from Marcos Moneta. Argentina also received a yellow card in the last minute. Selvyn Davids scored for South Africa in the loss. South Africa will now play Australia for fifth place. Fiji won all of their group matches, knocking over Great Britain, Canada and Japan, scoring 85 points and conceding 40. They will hopefully look to defend their title right here in the city this autumn for the twice-postponed Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, which runs from November 5-7. Hong Kong’s men’s team narrowly missed out on the Asian slot for Tokyo 2020 , losing a heartbreaking match to South Korea in Incheon in November of 2019.