On paper, Kuching FA is seen to have a good chance of winning.
This is because two goal-scoring machines, Joseph Kallang Tie and Sufizal Ismail are in first eleven.
Joseph has scored 13 goals and Sufizal three.
“I’m always ready and I am very confident I will score some goals against Johor Bahru, said Sufizal, a former protege of Robert Alberts.
Meanwhile, Kuching FA head coach Ideris Untong advised his men to take advantage of their own ground advantage.
Kuching have not been defeated after 11 matches (nine wins and two draws).