By FOX Sports staff
The annual event, in its 12th edition this year, also features an exhibition match between veterans from Singapore and Selangor but many will be most keen on the main clash between the S.League's best players and the current crop of Red Giants.
The match will take place on September 28 at the Shah Alam Stadium and just like last year, Singapore will be represented by a strong side boasting a host of marquee names from the S.League.
With Frenchman Patrick Vallee handed the reins, it comes as no surprise that four of his Tanjong Pagar United charges have been picked; foreign stars Monsef Zerka and Kamel Ramdani as well as local stalwarts Ahmad Latiff and John Wilkinson.
However, it is S.League leaders Tampines Rovers who are the best-represented side in the squad as six of their players have been called up, including Singapore internationals Aleksandar Duric, Fahrudin Mustafic, Shahdan Sulaiman and Shaiful Esah.
Warriors FC's Hassan Sunny and Woodlands Wellington veteran Yazid Yasin - two of the league's in-form goalkeepers - have both been rewarded for their fine displays in 2013 by getting the nod, while Geylang International's talismanic captain Jozef Kaplan is expected to play a key role in attack.
Despite Hougang United having a season to forget, the Cheetahs' midfield general Azhar Sairudin's form has warranted a call-up, along with Home United's nippy duo of Firdaus Idros and Hafiz Rahim.
S.League Selection for Sultan of Selangor's Cup 2013
Goalkeepers: Hassan Sunny (Warriors FC), Yazid Yasin (Woodlands Wellington)
Defenders: Kunihiro Yamashita, Jufri Taha, Shaiful Esah (all Tampines Rovers), Ahmad Latiff (Tanjong Pagar United), Shariff Samat (Woodlands Wellington), Zulfadli Zainal Abidin (Warriors FC)
Midfielders: Kamel Ramdani, John Wilkinson (both Tanjong Pagar United), Fahrudin Mustafic, Shahdan Sulaiman (both Tampines Rovers), Firdaus Idros, Hafiz Rahim (both Home United), Azhar Sairudin (Hougang United)
Forwards: Jozef Kaplan (Geylang International), Aleksandar Duric (Tampines Rovers), Monsef Zerka (Tanjong Pagar United)