NADROGA will be out to surprise National Football League (NFL) giants Nadi tomorrow when the two face at Churchill Park in Lautoka.
The Stallions are grounded on the bottom end of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries NFL points table while Nadi remains the only unbeaten side in the competition.
Newly-appointed Nadroga Football Association president Vijay Singh said while they respected the Jetsetters status as the most consistent team in the country, they would give all to hand the side its first loss of the season.
"I urge fans to come out in numbers and support the team. This might be an eye opener for everyone," Singh said.
"We will give Nadi a good run this weekend and try our best to become the first team to beat them."
Singh said coach Abraham Watkins, who recently joined the side with his sons Archie and Sitiveni, had been working hard to put a formidable side together.
He said the team prepared well and they were pleased with the turnout of the players during the training runs.
"We will have the services of the players who have been playing for us this season. There are no injuries in the side and the team is geared up to take Nadi this Sunday," Singh said.
"My plea to the Nadroga fans is to have confidence in the team as we are rebuilding the side and good things will follow in due course."
Singh said they were working on getting the team out of the danger zone into the top eight.
Nadroga after playing six matches has only two points while Nadi is on 19 points after seven games.