Solomon Islands assistant coach Gideon Omokirio says MAMULA needs to win all its remaining matches to remain in the competition and achieve its overall goal.
Mr Omokirio says the local under 20 side wanted to win its game against Vanuatu after the loss to Papua New Guinea, but unfortunately it did not come our way.
He says a draw is not good enough anymore.
The Team went down 2- Nill to Papua New Guinea and draw nill all with Vanuatu.
Solomon Islands will battle with New Caledonia in its next encounter this week.
Solomon Islands and New Caledonia were two pre-tournament favourites for some, but the talented squads have so far failed to fire with just one draw to show between the pair of them.
Both teams classify Tuesday’s match as another “must-win” affair.
Failure to do so almost certainly counting the loser out of the FIFA U-20 World Cup race.