NATIONAL netball coach Unaisi Rokoura is eyeing an upset win over the Malawi Queen in the second test match this afternoon in Suva.
On Saturday, the Fiji Pearls went down 45-62 to the Queens at the Vodafone Arena and the same venue will host today's match.
Rokoura said they had one whole day to watch the video of the first match and reflect on their weaknesses.
She said they analysed the video and identified the areas they would need to improve on if they wanted to a better job in the final test.
"We felt that we turned over a lot of ball but we were not utilising it much," the former national centre said.
"So that is one area we need to work on and turn our possession into points.
"Also, it's important we get our centre passes and use it to our advantage."
Rokoura said they now know the style of play Malawi used and they would need to play at that level to match.
She added they would also try and give all players a chance to feature in the match.
Rokoura has called on the public to come out in large numbers to support the team.
"We thank the crowd that came on Saturday for their amazing support.
"But we have another match left so please come by and support the girls."