All eyes will be on the Dutch-born Visser to see if he can reproduce his try-scoring exploits with Edinburgh on the international stage after this week qualifying for Scotland on the grounds of three years' residency.
The 25-year-old has been the top try scorer for three successive seasons in the RaboDirect PRO12, notching 37 times in 57 matches, and Scotland coach Andy Robinson had no hesitation in immediately drafting the winger into his side for Saturday's game with Fiji once he became eligible for selection.
Visser knows the spotlight will be on him, but he is keen to take it one step at a time.
"I know there is pressure but I don't really feel it," he said.
"I have my own expectations. I want to try to have a consistent game, not make too many mistakes and make sure that I get into the game. I just want to get my first cap and look back at it and say that I played well
"I am making the step up to international rugby, that is something I am going to have to adjust to. In terms of where I want to be, I have a long-term view but for my first cap merely playing as well as I can is all I can ask."
Having had to wait for his chance, Visser is now chomping at the bit to finally be able to pull on the Scotland jersey.
"It feels really good. It has been such a long time, so to finally make it a reality is brilliant and I am very proud," said Visser, who joined Edinburgh in May 2009 after previously playing for Newcastle and Northampton in England.
"I can't wait to play, to be honest. I am really proud and honoured to be able to represent a
country like Scotland."
Looking ahead to Saturday's clash at Churchill Park in Lautoka, Visser knows he is likely to come up against Fiji's latest wing talents Waisea Nayacalevu and Watisoni Votu, who are both 6ft 5ins tall and weigh in at a little under 16 stone.
However, far from being intimidated, Visser admits he would rather be facing bigger opponents than smaller.
"Fiji have got some brilliant players, luckily for me they are all quite big which is something I prefer," he said.
"I prefer to defend against bigger wingers instead of the small, nippy ones, so that is a bonus.
"I have Nick De Luca inside me, who I have defended with for a long time and anything I cannot defend, he normally makes up for."
He added: "Fiji are going to try to play from everywhere. They are a free-flowing team so they are going to try to attack. At home too, they will get roused by the crowd so they will be trying to impress the home support.
"You can expect anything. If you have ever seen them play sevens, you will pretty well know what is going to happen."
Visser will this weekend be lining up against another of his Edinburgh colleagues in Netani Talei, the Fijian captain.
Talei believes the match is a huge opportunity for his country, saying: "It is big for everyone. For the Fiji Rugby Union, the players especially. It is a one-off event, you don't know when this will ever happen again.
"I told the boys 'make use of the time and whatever you do come out hard. You will never get this opportunity to play a Tier One nation at home again'.
"Having Tier One nations coming in opens the gates for everything: for contracts for the local boys, sponsorships and more teams looking at us and say 'oh yes, they have improved'. Winning this weekend will be a massive, massive achievement for us."
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