THE Iliesa Tanivula-coached Nadi rugby side will need to concentrate for 80 minutes in a bid to topple second placed Nadroga in the Digicel Cup this Saturday.
Nadi earned only the second win in six matches after downing Tavua 37-11 at Prince Charles Park last Saturday.
The Jetsetters dominated the first half, enjoying a wealth of possession which enabled them to score five tries before the break.
Nadi failed to build on the momentum in the second spell despite scoring their sixth try with momentums of the restart. Tanivula said while there were a few new faces in the team, they needed to step up in their roles.
He said after the long layoff the players were a bit rusty.
"Against Nadroga we have to be on the paddle for the total 80 minutes," Tanivula said.
"Teams like Nadroga play structured rugby. They are also quick from broken play. So we cannot afford to lose momentum like we did against Tavua. It's back to rugby for the boys and they will have to lift from here.
"There many new faces in the team and we have to build from here and hopefully we are in the right direction."
Nadroga has a perfect record in the competition scoring wins in all five matches. The side has also collected a four-try bonus points in all games. The match will be played at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka.