Jordan will go in to tonight's Singapore clash at Bishan Stadium unchanged despite a 0-0 draw with Thailand in their Asian Cup qualifying opener.
Coach Nelo Vingada does not want to change things around too much at this early stage of qualifying.
"I prepare my team according to the level of their abilities and as such I do not try to change too much," he said.
"The second game is the most difficult because a bad result doesn't necessarily close the door and a good result doesn't open the door either. However, three points will be a big step forward."
Singapore are coming off a 6-0 drubbing courtesy of Iran and coach Radojko Avramovic wants to put it behind him.
"Coming back from Iran everyone was feeling down as it was a shocking result but the big point about this team in the last couple of years is the team spirit and they have recovered from the defeat," he said.
"The players are determined to put the Iran game behind them."