NADI will be out to make up for their western play-off loss to Ba when they feature in the Fiji FA U21 League finals this weekend.
The Jack's-sponsored Jet-setters lost 1-2 to this year's West winner and reigning national youth champs Ba last month but president Navneenda Goundar said it would be a different story this time around.
"Last time we could not field some of our best players like Rusi (Matarerega) and (Napolioni) Qase as they were tied up with the senior team," Goundar said.
"They will, however, be available this weekend and we should do well."
Goundar's only concern is the rainy conditions in the Southern Division with the finals to be played at the Saraswati grounds in Manoca, Nausori.
"If the rainy spell continues the ground conditions will be very poor and it will be hard to play constructive football," Goundar said.
Matarerega, Qasevakatini and Temisi Tuwai will be the key players for Nadi with Narendra Rao and Manasa Nawakula leading the line-up for Ba.
The Rewans have Setareki Hughes, stylish goalkeeper Benito Waqavou, Savenaca Nakalevu and Eliki Qukilau while Labasa will rely on the experience of Christopher Wasasala, Nemani Kanacagi, Vikrant Chandra, Filipo Daugunu and Esala Dikini.
National League board secretaryAmitesh Pal said while four teams would feature in the super premier U21 competition, Rakiraki and Tailevu Naitasiri would fight for the premier U21 crown.
"We had to consider two teams from the Western super premier division due to the number of teams participating. The Southern Division had only three teams (Suva, Rewa, Navua) and North two (Labasa, Savusavu) while Western had five (Ba, Nadroga, Nadi , Lautoka, Tavua). It was only fitting to allow two teams from the Western Division," Pal said.
The youth league kicks off tomorrow and concludes on Sunday.
"The four super premier teams will play a league format and team with highest number of points on Sunday will be declared the winner.
"A similar format will apply to the premier division matches between Tailevu Naitasiri and Rakiraki. I would like to invite all to come and witness the youth football at its best," Pal said.