SUVA is looking at the National Football League (NFL) encounter against Rewa on Saturday to psyche them up for the second leg of the Champion versus Champion (CVC) series on Monday next week.
The capital city side faces the Men in Black — which won the first leg 1-0 — in a do-or-die clash at Churchill Park in Lautoka.
Suva coach Gurjit Singh said they were going for a win in their third Fiji Sun/GP Batteries NFL match against the Delta Tigers.
"A win will definitely boost the morale of the players going into the CVC match against Ba," the former national soccer coach said.
"A win in the match is also important for the team to stay in contention for the league title and remain in the super premier division next year."
Singh said looking at Ba's form of late, they would be tough to beat in the west.
However, he said they had some tricks up their sleeves to stop the rampaging Yogendra Dutt-coached side from scooping another Pillay Garments-sponsored CVC title.
"Ba is a very good team and in a great form considering their consistent performance in the league competition," Singh said.
"But they can be beaten and that will be our goal next week. We will go all out next week to ensure we win that game to win the title."
Singh said Suva was struggling to secure a training venue and unavailability of the key players was another hurdle they were trying to overcome.
He said they expected to get most of their players back in training mode by today.
"We were on a bye last week in the national league so we are not that consistent compared to Ba therefore the game against Rewa is really important for us."