AFC Champions League Quarter Finals beckons for Adelaide
The Reds have 13 points out of a possible 15 in the competition so far and need at least draw or a win over the Chinese champions on Wednesday May 21, in the club's most important match of its short history to progress to the Quarter Final Stage.
After his team's performances in the opening five games, Vidmar believes the playing group has what it takes to get the result but he also knows the challenge that confronts them.
"We've got a pretty good structure at the moment, it has been really good throughout the whole campaign, and if we stick to our roles then I'm very confident that we can get that point and qualify," Vidmar said.
"However, we definitely know that we're up for a massive game. They're a very good side, they'e a really hard working team and we're under no illusion that we need one point, but in going over there to take that point it's actually like going over there and trying to win the game, that's how difficult the task is going to be."