Antoine Kombouare has urged his Al Hilal side to remain positive ahead of its AFC Champions League quarter-final first leg with Ulsan Hyundai, despite fitness concerns over star man
Back at the club after a successful loan spell with Al Ain, the 29-year-old former
He is joined in the treatment room by
The former Paris Saint-Germain coach wants his players to establish an advantage ahead of the return fixture in
"Over these two matches we will have to play very well to keep our chances alive of continuing in the competition."
Speaking on the AFC's official website, he added: "We are ready, even to play a very strong team, even though we have injuries.
"We also have one player who is suspended. But we have players who can take his place."
AFC Champions League
Central Coast Mariners will have to do what it has failed to do in its ACL campaign to date to reach the quarter-finals - score at least two goals in a match.