THE Fiji Football Association will wait for an arbitration hearing tomorrow to determine on the next course of action regarding the promotion/relegation series.
Tavua is scheduled to play Tailevu Naitasiri in the first leg of the series this Sunday as they finished at the bottom of the Super Premier points table.
This resulted when a protest filed by the Gold-town soccer side against Navua was not ruled in their favour.
Savusavu has also filed a protest against Navua and they won their protest thus gaining three points and pushing Tavua to last place.
Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar said until a decision was made, Tavua remained as Tailevu Naitasiri's opponents.
"If the arbitration rules against Tavua, they will play this Sunday," Kumar said.
"But if the arbitration rules in favour of Tavua, then Savusavu will play in the promotion/relegation series," he said.
He added Savusavu will be given time to prepare for the first leg of the series.
"We are not telling them (Savusavu) to prepare now but to wait for the arbitration's decision.
"If the arbitration rules in favour of Tavua, we will send a letter to Savusavu notifying them of the decision and giving them one week to prepare for the match," Kumar said.
The arbitration hearing will take place at the Fiji FA headquarters in Vatuwaqa at 2pm tomorrow.