Ulsan Hyundai coach Kim Ho Gwon is confident his undermanned side can achieve a positive result in their second Asian Champions League match tonight.
Twelve players from the Nagoya game will stay at home but Gwon is still confident whoever he plays will get the job done.
"The ACL and K-League are both important but I can't just concentrate on the ACL, I have to think about the next game in the K-League," said Gwon.
"We have 30 players registered for the ACL and every player is playing regularly and is a professional so I am not worried about it."
In saying that, Gwon was still impressed by the Jets side that went down 2-0 to Beijing Guoan last week.
"I think the Newcastle side is very good and I watched their match against Beijing last week and thought they were good," he added.
"They have a really good balance in offense and defence and they have a very good physical presence especially on the long pass.
"I think the dangers will be the strikers Sasho Petrovski and Donny De Groot as well as Fabio Vignaroli."