STRIKER Uraia Loki will boost the Nadi team for the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League match against Rewa at Prince Charles Park this afternoon.
Loki missed the opening round fixtures for the Jetsetter in Vanua Levu last weekend because of injury.
The Nadi team resumed training upon arrival from the north on Tuesday. Nadi team manager Kamlesh Sami said the side was injury-free.
He said they recorded a full turnout during the training sessions.
Sami said they would need to sharpen their attack against the Delta Tigers.
He said Loki would provide the much-needed thrust upfront.
"We made a good start with a win against Labasa," Sami said.
"But in the second game we could not penetrate the Savusavu defence much as they had adopted a defensive pattern. It had also rained heavily and we failed to find the target.
"During training this week the focus was on our attacking game. We need to score the goals in order to win matches. The Fiji under-20 players will be joining us prior to the Rewa game.
"Rewa is a good side and Simione Tamanisau's return has strengthened the team. We are expecting a tough encounter. This is our first home game and we are requesting the fans to come out in numbers to cheer the boys."
Lautoka Central College students Rusiate Matirerega and Napolioni Qasevakatini are sure starters for the Nadi team.
In the 2012 NFL Nadi and Rewa played to a one-all draw in the first game while the second match ended in a scoreless draw.