Adelaide United vice-captain Lucas Pantelis says the morale and energy in training is boding well for Saturday night's preliminary final. The Reds had two poor showings in the semi-final legs against the Melbourne Victory but Pantelis says there will be a much better performance at Hindmarsh Stadium against the Queensland Roar.
"Yesterday and today were really positive sessions and the morale of the boys has been great," Pantelis said.
"It has been a tough week but that's all in the past and we're focusing on Saturday's game.
It's a huge game for us and for the club and hopefully we can get a good win not only for us but for our fans," he added
. "I think the most important thing is that the players believe we can do it. This week has been a great week so far in all that's happened so time will tell and come Saturday night we'll know the answer."