SUVA coach Salimoni Ravouvou expects his team to be clinical in their approach when they face Vatukoula in the Farebrother Sullivan Trophy challenge tomorrow.
While Suva won over Lautoka and Namosi in recent weeks, the mentor of the holders was not totally satisfied with the effort put in by his side.
"We need to improve on certain aspects of the game before the next challenge," Ravouvou said after last Saturday's 33-17 win over Namosi.
"We need to take each challenge at a time and improve every week."
Ravouvou was particularly unhappy with his team's defence in the last challenge.
"These are big games and we need to live up to the occasion," he said.
"This is Farebrother rugby challenge and we can't let our guards down at anytime. We need to remain focused for the entire 80 minutes."
Namosi ran in three tries to Suva's four but it was stand-off Isoa Donaldson's kicking game that made the difference for the Fiji Bitter-sponsored side.
Ravouvou knows with bigger and better teams coming up after this challenge, the onus will be on his side to lift their game up a notch starting with Vatukoula.
Vatukoula won't be easy opponents having beaten Nadi and Tailevu in the Digicel Cup this year. The match kicks off 3.30pm at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.
Suva - Vesi Rarawa, Samu Suguturaga. Manasa Saulo, Jone Delana, Save Tabakanalagi, Jo Levula, Peni Raidre, James Brown (c), Aporosa Kenatale, Isoa Donaldson, Sunia Kubu, John Stewart, Apisai Naqaliva, Vilitati Sokiveta, Necani Wakaya.
Reserves - Peceli Mara, Veresi Daku, Alipate Mateivelia, Nacanieli Namata, Iliesa Matanisiga, Jiuta Kuriqamo, Jo Brown.
Vatukoula - Sacenaca Driu, Tevita Seru, Viliame Logavatu, Malakai Bari, Matai Ucutabua, Tevita Nodrakoro, Timoci Ratu, Nikolai Baleitamavua C, Atunaisa Livanalagi, Alivereti Kenatale, Lepani Raiyala, Rinakama Robuli, Sakiusa Tavodi, Josaia Qumi, Saimoni Nuku. Reserves - Saimoni Nadore, Vilivo Namoceica, Eroni Qasi, Emosi Batinui, Poasa Seru, Apenisa Rokosuka, Emori Ratu, Waisea Kedraika