THE Fiji FA is yet to decide on when the second leg of the Champions League match between Ba and Suva will be played and where.
The first match of the Pillay's Garments-sponosred competition was won by Ba 1-0 on December 8 and the second match was to be played on Sunday, December 15 but was postponed because of Tropical Cyclone Evan.
Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar said they were waiting for work at the Fiji FA headquarters in Suva and their offices in Ba to resume.
"We are still trying to get everything up and then we can start making decisions on the games that were postponed," he said.
"The National Football League is expected to start sometime in January but we still haven't decided anything on the Champions League."
Meanwhile, Fiji FA is trying to determine how much damage was done to their facilities in the Western Division.
Yesterday, Kumar was still trying to contact their staff members in the Western Division when he was contacted by Times Sport.
He said he was trying to get in touch with the staff members to find out the extent of the damage to their facilities caused by the cyclone.
Ba was among those areas that suffered extensive damage and it was home to the National Football Academy.