Susic set to ring changes
Susic was livid with his team's performance in Friday's 3-0 defeat in Romania, which saw them slip to fifth in Group D. They are just two points behind second-placed Belarus with a game in hand, though, with a place in the play-offs still up for grabs.
Susic said: "I will have to bring out the best in the team regardless of my anger at some players. We still have a realistic chance of coming second but for this we need a victory in tomorrow's match.
"It would, however, be pointless continuing with the same team as [in] Bucharest. It will be changed but at this stage I don't want to say who will play. However, we will have a team which can and must beat Albania."
Requiring the three points, Susic vowed to go on the front foot, adding: "We will play offensively with two strikers. The fans will have to be patient as we are aware Albania are a strong opponent but I am sure we can win. I think we are the better team and we are playing in front of our fans, who will turn out in large numbers."
Home captain Emir Spahic is another hoping to bounce back from the team's mauling in Romania. He said: "Everybody saw what happened in Romania and the players are aware of that.
"In the last few days there have been some harsh words but we had to suffer because of what we did. It is better now to turn our attention towards tomorrow's game."
With group leaders France not playing tomorrow, all the focus is on the chasing pack's battle for second place. Belarus are in pole position and can strengthen their case further when they host a Luxembourg side who have gained just a point from their six games.