Central Coast Mariners coach Lawrie McKinna is expecting to get at least a point in Wednesday nightâ€™s Asian Champions League clash against Tianjin Teda.
After a 0-0 draw with Pohang Steelers at home last week, the Mariners have begun their ACL group stage well but would love three points against the Chinese club who were defeated 1-0 by Japanese outfit Kawasaki Frontale.
McKinna believes a victory is an achievable goal.
"If we get a draw away from home weâ€™d be happy, but weâ€™ve come here expecting and thinking that we can win," said McKinna.
"We have to believe that we can come here and get a result â€“ we think we can come away with a win, but realistically, if we came away with a draw, itâ€™s still a good result and weâ€™ve done a good job.
"The Stadium will provide a great backdrop and great atmosphere here and weâ€™re looking forward to it.
"Weâ€™ve got a copy of Tianjinâ€™s game from last Wednesday night and weâ€™ll obviously go through that, but theyâ€™re going to be at home, in front of a big crowd and wanting to prove that theyâ€™re a good team," added McKinna.
"We know that weâ€™re in for a very hard game and that weâ€™ll have to be at the top of our game to get a result.
"Coming here is a different world â€“ a city of 11 million people and a world-class Stadium like this with a huge crowd, itâ€™s certainly going to be a bit different from the sunny Central Coast."