Despite both sides having no chance of advancing to the AFC Cup Round of 16, Weaver still wants his team to end their campaign on a high.
"Things have not gone well for us, but we will want to finish off the group positively," he told the official AFC website. "There is not much for us to shout about in terms of results so far.
"In terms of quality, I know we have the quality to compete with the teams in the group. We don't want to go through the entire stage without a win."
Maziya beat Warriors 2-0 in March, but head coach Ali Suzain knows that the Singaporean club will not go down without a fight as they want to avoid losing their sixth successive AFC Cup match.
"To beat a Singapore club at this competition is a good achievement for Maldives football and we have done that," he said. "I thought Warriors would be tough, but when we played them at home, it was not difficult. But I expect them to be a tougher proposition in Singapore."