Both teams desperately need maximum points to keep their own respective dreams alive
Hassan - Faizal (c) - Fabio - Irfan
Shamsul - Hafizan - Alto
Muinuddin - Fabio
Bunyamin (c) - Rizal - Pantelidis - Azmi
Hazwan - Shukor - Venood - Hadi
Thamil - Rangel
Despite only losing once in their last four games, T-Team are not yet in the comfort zone as they still need to consistently pick up points if they want to distance themselves from the relegation zone. Losing to Pahang at home in their last game showed that they are still can't get carried away after recent performances. Their good form included a win against fellow strugglers Sime Darby and a draw with MSL champions Lions XII, which put them three points above ATM, who are now in the bottom two alongside Perak.
Azraai Khor's problems so far this season can be seen at both ends of the field, their defence has already conceded 16 goals so far, with only ATM and Sime Darby having conceded more than them. In attack, they have only scored 10 goals, with bottom of the table Perak the sole team to score less than them. Though they are strong at home, with only one loss so far, T-Team will surely need to be at their best in order to stop the in-form Selangor taking points from them.
For the Red Giants, three points will be crucial for them if they want to stay on-course as title challengers for this season. Although they started the season slowly, Selangor have finally found good form, and now sit third in the table, two points off league leaders Pahang, level on points with 2nd place Terengganu. After the defeat against Hanoi T&T in their AFC Cup clash in March, Selangor have been nothing but ruthless, recording four wins and one draw in their last five matches.
Paulo Rangel and Andik Vermansyah have been their heroes in the past few games, but the Indonesian could miss the game through injury and Thamil Arasu could continue to partner upfront with Rangel. At the back, Farizal Marlias also has been in good form to keep the dream of the long awaited Super League title alive for now.