DECISION-making on the field will determine the outcome of the final Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy challenge tomorrow at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.
So says Nadroga Rugby Union president Jikobau Matawalu of his team which will be the last challenger for the coveted title this season.
He says his side has prepared as best they can for the match and are looking forward to facing Tailevu which won the trophy from Naitasiri with a 16-14 win at the ANZ Stadium two weeks ago.
"I will advise the team that is selected for the match on that day that decision-making will be very important on the field," the former Nadroga captain said.
"Making the right decision at the right time and the right place on the field will give us the advantage.
"When it's time to pass, you pass, and when it's time to kick, then you kick."
Matawalu said his side would have to lift its preparations to a new level to try and match the trophy holders.
"Since the Digicel Cup final, it's been seven weeks that we played a competitive game.
"So, we had to lift our preparations to that level at which Tailevu is now.
"The level of intensity that they displayed to win the trophy from Naitasiri is high and it will be an uphill battle for us but our boys know what to expect in the match."
Matawalu said the release of Flying Fijians preparing for the Europe Tour next month had boosted his side.
Setefano Somoca, Nemani Nagusa, Peni Ravai, Waisea Daveta and Seremaia Naureure are the Nadroga players who have been working hard with national coach Inoke Male in the build-up for the Northern Tour.
"It will not affect the team in any bad way because these are seasoned senior players who have been doing this for a while now and are used to the system."
The match will kick-off at 7pm tomorrow. Tickets for the grandstand are $15, cement pavilion is $10 and $5 for the grass embankment. For children under 12, a fee of $2 will be charged for the grass embankment seating.