By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The Turtles, who are currently sixth on the table, had looked good value for at least a point at the Sultan Nasiruddin Ismail Shah Stadium earlier in the week as they dominated V. Sundramoorthy's charges, but ultimately failed to find a way past the stubborn LIONSXII defence.
And their inability to score ultimately came back to bite them when Sufian Anuar came off the bench to score an injury-time winner to condemn Terengganu, their first in the league since coach Peter Butler officially took over from Mat Zan Mat Aris back in May.
On Saturday, they take on eighth-placed PKNS at the Petaling Jaya Stadium, where they will once again be without star striker Francis Forkey Duo, who is yet to return to the club after joining the Liberia national team on international duty.
"He could be on some beach somewhere drinking pina coladas," Butler told the New Straits Times when questioned on the whereabouts of the 26-year-old.
Defending champions Kelantan will be looking to close the gap on leaders LIONSXII to three points with a win against struggling Sabah at the Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium, and considering they will still have four games in hand over their title rivals after Saturday's match, the Red Warriors remain favourites to win the league.
However, they were far from convincing in mid-week when they struggled to beat basement club Kuala Lumpur, and only managed to grab all three points thanks to a penalty from Mohammed Ghaddar in the 60th minute.
Elsewhere, Perak and Negri Sembilan will both be looking to overtake third-placed Selangor, who aren't in action this weekend, in their respective games against Sarawak and T-Team, while Kedah entertain Kuala Lumpur at the Darul Aman Stadium.
In Friday's only game, Johor FC recorded a much-needed 1-0 win at Felda United to move up to 11th on the table, courtesy of Mohd Izuan Jarudin's 54th-minute winner.
Saturday's Malaysia Super League Fixtures
Sarawak vs Perak
T-Team vs Negri Sembilan
PKNS FC vs Terengganu
Kelantan vs Sabah
Kedah vs Kuala Lumpur
Friday's Malaysia Super League Results
Felda United 0-1 Johor FC