A Ba-Suva final is on the cards.
That's how it is shaping up as the Courts Inter District enters its final day today at Govind Park.
The home team takes on lowly Navua in the first semi-final while the Whites take on the Blues in the second one.
Ba, Suva and Navua will field four players of the tournament so far — Malakai Tiwa, Osea Vakatalesau, Issa Sani and Navua's Rajneel Chand.
Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar said expectations for quality football was high.
"We have the top four teams in the semis and the final day's play should be very interesting," he said.
"Similarly the expectations are high with crowd turnout with the home team in the top four."
Lautoka will breathe a huge sigh of relief after drawing 0-0 with Tavua to secure a semi-final berth.
This saw defending champions Labasa bow out of the tournament despite a 3-1 win over Nadroga.
Lautoka's strength will be Valerio Nawatu. He is getting in his stride with each game and will be hard to contain. Their weakness will be their lack of consistency of late.
Suva is a complete package. They are solid as a unit going forward and equally good at the back. Nathan Shivam and Samu Kautoga in midfield and Samuela Vula and captain Simione Maikali at the back will be the key.
Navua is keeping a low profile. They have a game plan to counter the high-flying Men in Black and it won't be a walk in the park for the traditional champions.
Ba is on a roll after a slow start and will take some stopping.
Osea Vakatalesau and Malakai Tiwa will be on the roll and Navua stopper Sheik Moshin will have his hands full this morning.
They play the first semi-final at 9am followed by the clash of the two cities.
Kumar said gates would open at 7am.