Argentina are the men’s leaders currently with 118 points ©Getty Images

With more than 68,000 tickets sold, a huge crowd is set to welcome the 16 teams as the London leg of the men’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series is set to start tomorrow at the Twickenham Stadium.

Argentina are the men’s leaders currently with 118 points, ahead of South Africa on 116 points and Australia with 110 points as they are getting ready for the two-day event, which is the penultimate round of the World Rugby Sevens Series.

Two-time Olympic champions Fiji, who reached the final of the last three rounds, winning gold twice in Toulouse and Singapore, will be high on confidence and will look to clinch the overall title.  

The best seven from nine results will count towards the final Series position.

Fiji, who missed two rounds this season, are the defending champions in London and will face USA, Spain and Wales in Pool A.  

"We are really looking forward to playing here in London and hopefully we can back up our performance from last weekend," Fiji captain Tevita Daugunu said.  

"All the teams are getting more competitive tournament by tournament so if you want to win you have to work really hard.

"For the majority of the squad this is our first time in London.

"There is a lot of Fiji fans here and we hope they will come out to support us in big numbers.

"We are really looking forward to playing at Twickenham this weekend."

Argentina and South Africa are paired in Pool B, along with Ireland and Kenya.

Australia and New Zealand are drawn together with France and Canada in Pool C.

Hosts England are pitted against Samoa, Japan and Scotland - who were title winners in London in 2016 and 2017.

Australia won the women’s Series last weekend in Toulouse after a dominant 2022 season where they won four golds, one silver and one bronze medal in six rounds.

A mouth-watering clash between New Zealand and Australia will start the proceedings tomorrow.