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It will mark a symbiotic finish to a representative career that has spanned the highest levels of two codes but Lote Tuqiri does not want Saturday night's return to the Fiji Bati to be his last.

The winner of Saturday night's Pacific Test between Fiji and Samoa progresses to the Four Nations tournament to be played in October-November, joining international powerhouses Australia, New Zealand and England across seven games.

A loss to Samoa this week would spell the end of Tuqiri's senior representative career that first began with Fiji at the 2000 World Cup but the 34-year-old veteran is eyeing a Four Nations swansong and a return to the Rabbitohs starting team.

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