THE Toma brothers Ratu Veresa and Viliame will bolster the Nadi team for the fixture against the touring Amicale FC side from Vanuatu at Prince Charles Park this Sunday.
The duo missed the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League fixture against Nadroga because of suspension and injury last week.Nadi lost the fixture 1-2. This was Nadi's first loss for the season.
Nadi team manager Kamlesh Sami said the coaches Kamal Swamy and Timoci Raju conducted a review of the loss on Monday.
He said they identified the mistakes made by the players in the match.
"It was back to the drawing board for the players on Monday," Sami said.
"The result against Nadroga wasn't expected. But those sorts of things happen in soccer. All we can now do is to regroup."
"The NFL title race is getting tougher. But we have one match in hand."
"The warm-up game against Amicale FC will be interesting. They are a champion team and have recruited some foreign players. It will be history in the making because this is the first time that the two teams will be facing each other."
Amicale FC the Vanuatu champions will play three matches in the country. The visitors will take on Lautoka and the Fiji under-20 next week.
Amicale FC's short tour is in preparation for the 2013 Oceania Football Confederation Champions League which kicks off at the end of this month.
The side has recruited goalkeeper Michael Rutherford from Australia, Pape Gueye a former French Ligue One player and Aliou Traore who formerly represented the Stockport Sports FC in the North West Counties in England.
The Nadi versus Amicale FC match will kick-off at 3pm. Entry fee is $3.