Japanese club Nagoya Grampus are hoping to stay alive in the Asian Champions League.
Nagoya hosts Korean club Suwon Bluewings in the knockout stage of the tournament and coach Dragan Stojkovic is intent on progressing further.
“If you lose, it’s goodbye! But we are not ready to say a good-bye yet,” he said.
“We’d like to play solidly. We are taking the game very seriously and I believe that we can win it. We want to show what we can do tactically and technically and want to play with plenty of belief.”