Nadroga soccer will be ready to defend their turf when they face Tavua at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka on Sunday.
The National Football League match is an important one for both sides who are in the bottom three of the standings.
Nadroga Football Association president and team director Vijay Singh said his side had been training consistently despite the weather conditions.
"We respect Tavua and we understand that this match is as important to them as it is for us," Singh said.
"The boys have been training well and the team is injury-free and we look forward to playing 90 minutes soccer with them," he said.