In this file photo, Kuching FA’s Yuta Suzuki (left) vies with Armed Forces players in the opening match of the FA Cup at the State Stadium in Kuching on February 16. Kuching won the match 4-2 on penalty shootout. Photo: Ghazali Bujang

KUCHING: Unbeaten Kuching FA are now in sixth position in the M3 League standings and gunning for three points against bottom team Protap in their fourth match at the State Stadium here on Sunday at 8.15pm.

Protap lost all their four matches and have conceded 10 goals.

Nevertheless, Kuching are still cautious in their approach and believe that all their opponents have their respective strength.

In this file photo, Kuching FA’s Yuta Suzuki (left) vies with Armed Forces players in the opening match of the FA Cup at the State Stadium in Kuching on February 16. Kuching won the match 4-2 on penalty shootout. Photo: Ghazali Bujang

According to Kuching chief coach, Ideris Untong they will play their usual game and try their best to win the match.

Kuching FA will still be
without their two key players, Joseph Kallang Tie and Ramesh Lai Ban Huat Koran who are still injured.

In their absence, Ideris will open the chances for other players to prove themselves in the match.

“We have capable replacements and many of them are in the main line-up,” added Ideris.

So far Kuching FA have won two matches and drew once.

Kuching beat Ultimate 2-0 at Pulapol then edged Armed Forces 1-0 at the State Stadium and drew 1-1 against Kelantan United in Kota Bharu.