THE Benaminio Mateinaqara-captained Nadi team will adapt a cautious approach when they face neighbours Lautoka during the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League this Saturday.
Nadi, which leads the NFL, will be out to maintain their unbeaten run.
The side has been training well under the guidance of coach Kamal Swamy and his assistant Timoci Raju.
Nadi team manager Kamlesh Sami said there were no injury worries. He said none of their players were serving suspensions.
"All the players are available for the match against Lautoka," Sami said.
"This match is very important for us. We are aiming for maximum points. In saying that, we will not underestimate Lautoka. They are a quality team.
"Also, they have a good record against us at Prince Charles Park. The Lautoka players will be fit as they have been training twice daily.
"They have registered some Nigerian players and it will be interesting to see how they perform. We beat them twice in the NFL last year.
"But now that we are leading the competition, all the teams will be out to beat us. We anticipate a good crowd.
"After this we will play two away games so we are calling on the fans to come out in numbers to support Nadi."
The match will kick off at 3.30pm.