By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Kelantan are currently favourites to retain the Super League as they are only four points behind leaders LIONSXII with five games in hand, and also have a AFC Cup Round of 16 clash against fierce rivals Terengganu to look forward to.
However, despite challenging for silverware on several fronts, it is the FA Cup that will be on the forefront of the Red Warriors' minds on Saturday, especially after they fell short in the last two years.
In 2009, they fell to Selangor 4-1 on penalties after a 1-1 draw, before losing to Terengganu 2-1 last year, a game which Kelantan defender Daudsu Jamaluddin is looking to make amends for.
With his side leading 1-0, the 27-year-old netted a bizzare own-goal eight minutes into stoppage time to send the game to extra-time, where Terengganu eventually went on to win thanks to Nordin Alias' 110th-minute winner.
"I want to redeem myself in front of the thousands of fans at the Bukit Jalil Stadium," Daudsu said, according to The Star.
"If I do get a chance to play, I will make sure we win it for the fans."
The Malaysia international was also quick to downplay suggestions his team were expecting an easy victory against their second-division opponents, who have already seen off three Super League sides, including Terengganu, en route to the final.
"The boys will be going all out because we want to complete our collection of trophies," he added.
"We have won the Charity Shield, Malaysia Cup and Super League titles and only the FA Cup is left."
Both Kelantan coach Bojan Hodak and Sime Darby boss Ismail Zakaria reportedly have full-strength squads to pick from, meaning the latter is likely to reinstate Patrick Ronaldinho Wleh in his starting XI.
The Liberian hitman is currently the top scorer in the FA Cup with six goals and should start up front up with Irme Mat, who was rested for Sime Darby's last game along with regular goalkeeper Redzuan Harun.
Sime Darby are currently third in the Malaysia Premier League, eight points behind leaders Armed Forces and second-placed Pahang.