Bos Gaurus know they must begin to pick up points, and quickly, if they want to survive and preserve their Malaysia Super League (MSL) status for next season
Tuah - Hisyamudin - Syahmil - Syazwan
Sukri - Nasir - Hazrul - Zayar Win
Ridzuan - Shahrizal
Jasuli - Baihakki - Aidil - Fazly
Safiq - Shakir
Amri – Mat Yo - Azwan
However, records this season showed that Perak will have a tough time. Recording only two wins the season and only five goals scored, they know that every department of the team need to be at their best to avoid defeat against The Southern Tigers.
Their defensive lines has been dissapointing this season and the poor forms of the forwards are also not helping and waiting for them is JDT, who has scored 18 goals so far this season.
For Bojan Hodak, his first game in charge ended with a win, a scrappy own goal that gave them a much needed boost after a dissapointing first half of the season, by their standards.
Filled with internationals at every position on the field as well as on the bench, JDT fans and managament expected more from the players but they however only at 5th spot, 6 points behind league leaders Pahang.
They know they need to win every game until the end of the season if they want to keep up with the league leaders. Mat Yo and Figureo expected to continue upfront, and Safiq Rahim might been given a nod ahead of a more-defensive Harris Harun.