Police looks like the team to beat at the Great Eight Sevens.
The Manasa-Bari coached side plays Dritabua in the first quarter-final at mid-day today.
Led by former national rep Sitiveni Waqa, the lawmen ousted Army 19-12 in the eliminations last evening.
Army, coached by former national rep Jope Tuikabe, was earlier walloped 0-31 by Wardens Green in pool play.
The soldiers featured a lot of new faces and Tuikabe revealed that most of his key players were tied up with "the preparations for the Sukuna Bowl".
Police is looking well polished but Bari is not taking any team lightly.
"I told the boys that tomorrow is a new day and we will have to do it all over again," Bari said.
"From the eliminations onwards, all teams are dangerous.
"We just have to keep our focus and stick to the game plan which is to let the ball do the work, just throw it around using the width of the pitch."
Dritabua, coached by Jope Qalia, is from Northland and features players from three villagers, including former Wallaby Ilivasi Tabua's Naivicula Village.