Here's my take on FPV landing, from an old thread on the topic.
The post following that shows a video of a whole bunch of landings, with
references to downwind/base/final legs of the landing.
In that video, try to watch for "the point that doesn't move".
Generally the landing will be there, or a little past if you factor in
a flare at the end.
If you do it correctly, the only time the plane should even be close to stalling
is after you've flared and are floating it in ground effect.