Adelaide United’s Coolen expects North Queensland Fury to cause some problems

Adelaide United coach Rini Coolen believes North Queensland Fury will cause his side some problems tomorrow night.

Adelaide United coach Rini Coolen believes North Queensland Fury will cause his side some problems tomorrow night.

The second-placed Reds host the bottom-placed Fury in Week 18 of the 2010/11 A-League season and Coolen says the attacking way the Townsville team play will make it a difficult prospect for his side.

"If you look at the whole season, they are one of the teams I prefer how they play," Coolen said of North Queensland.

"They play great football, they have a lot of good individual players but they have problems sometimes at the end of the game, unlucky sometimes.

"The way they prefer to play the game, they are a tough team, it will be a real tough game for us."

And Coolen said that he expects Brazilian left-back Cassio to be right to play despite a training mishap today in which he injured his ankle.

“We don't think it's a big problem, but at the end of the day, you are never 100 per cent sure," Coolen added.

"We'll make contact with him in the morning but I think he will be there tomorrow.

"It is not a muscle problem, it's a knock and it takes a few hours to recover from that.

"But of course if a player is not 100 per cent, then you can't play with him."

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