THREE guest players, a national rep and the national head coach are expected to boost the Yadrana Cricket team ahead of their crucial pool match with Moce I today.
The three players — Jone Wesele, Sekope Ravoka and Vueta Vuyasawa — are also national reps along with Samuela Draunivuci and national coach Joeli Matayawa.
The two teams meet in the first match of pool 2 to decide which team will qualify from the pool with Army for the semi-finals.
Defending champions Army won their previous four games to top the pool of the Suva Cricket Association competition.
Army is on bye today as they are busy with the Sukuna Bowl commitments.
Association president Adriu Misiki said pool 2 was the pool of death and it came down to one match to determine the semi-finalist.
He said in pool 1 Sarafui and BSP Titans would clash to determine who wins the pool.
"Sarafui, who didn't win any games in the past three years, have recorded victories in all three matches this season," Misiki said.
"They have the services of former national captain Josefa Rika, his brother Collin Rika and their captain Alex Konrote and upcoming player Jack Smith who they will be relying on in the match," he said.
"So Yadrana versus Moce I and Sarafui versus Titans are the two games to watch tomorrow (today)."
Misiki has urged cricket lovers to flock to Albert Park to witness top level competition.
"They can also support their teams and some cheering during games will be appreciated," he said.