BA will be aiming for a strong finish in the four remaining games in a bid to successfully defend the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League title.
The Men in Black dropped two crucial points after the 1-all draw against Suva on Sunday.
This week Ba is scheduled to play two matches. Tomorrow, Ba will face neighbours Lautoka at home and then play Nadi at Prince Charles Park on Friday.
Ba Football Association secretary Iliaz Khan said they would hold an urgent meeting to discuss the tight schedule. He said the dates for the matches could be shifted.
"Again next week we are scheduled to play two games," Khan said.
"Those are our final round matches against Tavua and Suva. Certainly this year's race for the NFL title will go down to the wire. Suva and Nadi are in the running with us and there isn't much gap on the points table."
Ba leads the NFL with 35 points and is ahead of Suva on 33 points and Nadi on 31 points.
Khan said there was no serious injury in the side. He said one major downfall for the NFL this year was the low turnout.
"We are requesting all the Ba fans to come out in numbers to back the team," Khan said.
"Certainly the numbers for our NFL matches have dropped significantly. We have two home games remaining against Lautoka and Suva. The match against Suva next week should be the decider for the title."