Lautoka football coach Kamal Swamy claims the pressure will be on hosts Marist FC in Sunday's OFC Champions League semi final decider.
Fiji's Lautoka were held to a 1-1 home draw in the first leg at Churchill Park last weekend, having ended the match with ten players on the field.
A scoreless draw in in Honiara would be enough for Marist to advance to the grand final on away goals.
But Kamal Swamy insists all that expectation could work against the home team.
"They have more pressure on them. They know that they have the away goal so we know they will try to go for the draw, which gives us the opportunity to attack and create more chances so that is one thing that we will be working on...because we will have nothing to lose and now we need to go for a win. That gives us an advantage so it will be a good game," he said.
Meanwhile defending Oceania champions Auckland City have home advantage in the other semi final decider against Team Wellington, following a goalless draw in the first leg.