FLYING Fijians head coach Inoke Male has given the greenlight to national squad players so they can join their teams for the last two Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy matches.
Male said he had allowed all players from Suva, Naitasiri and Lautoka to go back to their teams as they prepare for the last two challenges of the Farebrother campaign.
Male said he had given the players the opportunity to join their teams as they prepare for their biggest games of the season.
"I have given these players the greenlight to play in the Farebrother," Male said.
"They have been excused so they can mobilise their teams in the challenge."
New champions Fiji Bitter Suva will face Naitasiri in the clash of the eastern giants this Saturday.
Naitasiri has been training for the past few weeks as they want to end their season on a high note by the winning the coveted title this weekend.
Former Flying Fijians prop to the 2011 World Cup Waisea Daveta has been running with the Highlanders and is expected to strengthen the Naitasiri forwards in the clash upfront.
Former national sevens players Dale Tonawai and Sainivalati Vunibola are also expected to add experience to the Naitasiri pack as they want to dominate the forward battle against the defending champions.
The teams are expected to name their starting fifteen today.