Selangor will overtake Pahang at the top of the league if they beat The Turtles at Shah Alam Stadium.
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Bunyamin (c) - Pantelidis - Rizal - Azmi
Fitri - Guru - Shukor - Andik
Mazlizam - Bikana - Zainal - Azmi
Nordin - Karlovic - Zairo - Shamsuddin
Nor Farhan (c)
Durakovic's men will want to keep their winning momentum continue, after a thumping 4-1 victory over Maziya in their last AFC Cup fixture. Key striker, Paulo Rangel has been in the headlines in most recently after he is being linked for naturalization to play for Malaysia. The player himself has expressed his willingness, and was also supported by interim coach Dato' Ong Kim Swee.
Paulo has every right to receive that kind of attention as he is in hot form scoring 10 in the last 13 MSL games and could'nt stop scoring for The Red Giants. He is expected to do the same once again when they face Terenggganu. Wonderkid Nazmi Faiz who recently transferred from PKNS FC to Selangor could also start this game to show what he can do for the team.
For Terengganu, their season has turned upside down in recent games. After doing so well in the early part of the season, The Turtles have been unimpressive lately and after leading the table, they now found themselves fifth in the table and seven points behind leaders Pahang.
A win would surely give a boost to Haji Abdul Rahman's men, as the head coach already insisted that he will use the two-week break to fix whatever weaknesses that they had and once again place themselves at the top three position.
Their main striker, Nor Farhan Mohamad will surely be starting this game, after he received a moral boost by being called up and played for the national team against Philippines recently. Other key members such as Ashaari Shamsuddin, Zubir Azmi and goalkeeper Sharbinee Alwee also need to be at their best to ensure The Turtles not to slip up once again.