By FOX Sports staff
In last Saturday's keenly-contested first leg at the Larkin Stadium, Leonel Nunez netted the only goal of the game to hand Darul Takzim the slimmest of leads in the last-four tie.
But given Pahang have not had any problems finding the net this season - they are the joint-second top scorers in the Super League with 28 goals in 18 games - it does not seem impossible they can overcome the deficit and book their place in the final.
Nonetheless, Dollah admits his side cannot afford any mistakes if they want to move one step closer to silverware.
"We should get the goals but JDT [Darul Takzim] will not make it easy for us," he told The Star. "JDT have a strong set of strikers and will pose a threat to our defence.
"This is one game [where] we have to get our act right. The stakes are high and we cannot afford any slip-ups."
The two men that Tok Gajah are likely to turn to are Mattias Conti and Azamuddin Akil, although R. Gopinathan has also proven to be a viable source of a goal this season.
The lanky winger, who has netted thrice in the league this term, believes Pahang will strike early but echoed his coach's sentiments in warning his team-mates from getting overly adventurous.
"We will get an early goal and that should spark our fightback to topple JDT," he said.
"At the same time, we have to keep a tight leash on their strikers Leonel Nunez and Norshahrul Idlan Talaha."
Tuesday's other semi-final tie sees Terengganu entertain defending champions and East Coast rivals Kelantan looking to overturn a 4-1 deficit from last weekend's first leg at the Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium.
And although the Red Warriors are almost certain to progress to the final and move one step closer to retaining the title, Terengganu coach E. Elavarasan is not giving up just yet.
"It will be difficult but not impossible," he told the New Straits Times. "As long as everyone is willing to give it their all, we still have a chance.
"Their [Kelantan's] most important weapon in Kota Bharu was their fans and I have no doubt our own supporters will play a big part to keep our players going."
Elavarasan did admit he had a few injury worries but was optimistic Cameroonian striker Jean-Emmanuel Effa Owona would be able to start.
"We have a couple of key players doubtful for tomorrow [Tuesday] as midfielder Ismail [Faruqi Asha'ri], who had to be rushed to a hospital following a head injury in Kota Bharu, has yet to recover while forward [Abdul] Manaf [Mamat] also pulled a muscle in the match against Kelantan.
"Owona, who played for more than 20 minutes on Saturday, may be able to start this time [around] as we need him to be at his best if we hope to score at [least] three goals."
Kelantan boss Bojan Hodak was keen for his side to avoid complacency and insisted they would be going all out to win the game.
"For me, it is either both feet in [the final] or none at all," he said. "And I have told my players that we are going to Kuala Terengganu as if the score is still goalless.
"There will be no 'sitting back and relaxing' as we need to score at least one more goal to be really safe."
The Red Warriors won last season's FA Cup after beating Sime Darby 1-0 in the final.
Tuesday's Malaysia FA Cup Semi-final Fixtures
Pahang vs Darul Takzim (0-1 on agg.)
Terengganu vs Kelantan (1-4 on agg.)