BA will turn their focus towards the Courts Inter District Competition after successfully defending the National Football League title on Sunday.
The Men in Black walloped Suva 4-0 in the top of the table Fiji Sun/GP Batteries clash to clinch the title despite the last round of matches to be played this week.
Ba team manager Arvind Singh said their remaining match against Tavua was just a formality.
He said they would now try and build up for the 60 minute game.
Singh said they would have to sharpen their attack.
"We missed many goals against Suva," Singh said.
"You cannot afford to do that in the 60 minute game. It will be a big difference preparing for the shorter version of the game. The boys will need to be fitter."
Meanwhile, Ba coach Yogendra Dutt has praised his players for the strong performance against Suva.
Dutt said they went into the match with an aim to win.
He said scoring four goals against a team like Suva was a bonus.
"This big win is a morale booster," Dutt said.
"This was a united effort. Everybody had trained together. The players understood each other's role in the side. They knew what was to be done.
"They did what they had done at training during the match day and brought the result. We prepared well for the match against Suva.
"Now we will turn our focus to the IDC and there is more work needed for the tournament. We are happy with the fans as they finally turned up in numbers to support the team."
Ba last held the IDC title back in 2007.