With World Cup qualification already in the bag, Vanuatu's Under 20 footballers have their eye on an historic Oceania title.
The home side have a perfect record so far, after victories against Fiji, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia and Solomon Islands in Port Vila.
Vanuatu Technical Advisor Declan Edge said the aim now was simple.
"Yeah we want to win the game. I want to beat New Zealand, simple as that. Two of my staff here in Vanuatu were in the Vanuatu team the last time Vanuatu beat a New Zealand team. I think we want to go out and win, obviously, and we want to win in front of a nice good crowd again against the champions of Group B."
New Zealand are the top-ranked team in Oceania, having reached the Round of 16 at last year's World Cup on home soil.
But Declan Edge said Vanuatu aren't getting caught up by what their opponents might do.
"I don't watch the other team - I'm not really bothered what any other teams do. I'm just more interested in the teams that I work with - whether it's back in New Zealand with the boys at Ole and Western Suburbs or whether it's here with Vanuatu."
"We have a way that we like to play and we concentrate on what we're doing and if we get that right then we will be difficult," he said.
Vanuatu and New Zealand will both represent Oceania at next year's Under 20 World Cup in Korea.