Hooker Richard Hibbard is relishing the physical challenge from Canada's front row when Wales meet them on Saturday.
Hibbard faced the Canucks last November in a hard-fought 34-13 victory at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff and the whole squad on this North American tour has been made well aware of the intensity Canada bring to the Test arena.
“I'm really looking forward to it,” Hibbard said. “I enjoyed it in the autumn, it was a good, tough game and I'm looking forward to putting the jersey on again.
“I love it. It brings the fire out and I can't wait for that first scrum, it's my favourite part.
But they're physical all around. They like to hit the rucks hard and they like to hit the scrums hard and if they get a chance to hit you they're going to try to hurt you. That's what they bring and it's a good part of their game.”
Hibbard, 24, revealed Wales had learned a lot from the experience of the Cardiff Test against the Canadians.
He added: “There was a mix of new boys in that squad and I think it was a bonding issue more than a complacency issue. We're all on the same page now and everybody knows what to do.
“Spending two weeks with the boys constantly, it's pretty bad actually,” Hibbard joked. “But you certainly get to know everybody.
“We play against each other a lot and we know what the guys are like but it doesn't matter how many times you play against someone, you’ve got to play with them to know their moves and the way they play. On tour is a good chance to get those insights about everyone.
“We've trained well this week. We've looked at the autumn game and we know where some things went wrong and we can really put pressure on them this Saturday.”