DEFENDING champions Ba is wary of the threat Rewa will pose when the two teams clash in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League at Govind Park on Saturday.
In the NFL last year, the Delta Tigers shocked the Men in Black on their home soil.
Epeli Saukuru proved to be the star for the southerners scoring the lone goal in the encounter.
Ba team manager Arvind Singh said Rewa had the potential of creating an upset again.
He said they would not be taking the visitors lightly.
"Rewa is one team that has been improving in every game," Singh said.
"They made a slow start and were unfortunate to lose a few games despite dominating possession.
"The presence of James Naka in the team is certainly a morale booster. Naka is a stylish player. He is fast and has good dribbling skills. Our defence has to be tight to cut out the threat that Naka poses." Last year Rewa beat us on our home soil. They have many good players."
Ba is second on the NFL points table behind leaders Nadi.
Singh said with the NFL title race being close, maximum points was required in every game.
"We can not afford to drop any points at this stage," Singh said.
"We recorded big wins against Tavua and Suva recently. But we need to maintain the momentum. "The Ba fans want the team to win all the time. We are pleading with them to come to the ground to cheer the boys. Last week they were vocal in the match against Suva."
A double header will be played at Govind Park. Prior to the Ba versus Rewa game, Tavua will face Suva.