By Gabriel Tan
The two teams opened the last-four clash with a 0-0 draw at the Rizal Memorial Stadium on Saturday evening, and meet again in midweek at the Jalan Besar Stadium with a place in the final up for grabs.
The match at the weekend saw Singapore dominate the first half but fail to convert the chances they created, before the hosts came back strongly in the second half but were also unable to find the breakthrough.
Despite their failure to get a vital away goal, Lions centre-back Baihakki believes was pleased with the overall outcome of the match.
"I would say it was a positive result for us," he said. "We dominated the game but somehow didn't convert the chances.
"But that's okay. Let's now do the job at home."
While Singapore picked out a raft of yellow cards in the first leg, the LIONSXII star insists his team-mates must still give 100% on Wednesday and not let their game get affected by the prospect of suspension, despite being one game away from the final.
"In a tournament, we can't plan things," Baihakki added. "We can't calculate things and predict what's going to happen next.
"We just have to move on and see what happens."
Gier, who has captained the Azkals in their last three games in lieu of Emelio Caligdong's relegation to the bench, was slightly disappointed his side were not able to commemorate their first-ever home game in Southeast Asia's premier international tournament with a win, although he admitted it was not the worst result to take to the Jalan Besar Stadium.
"It's always special playing here at Rizal," he said. "I just wish we could have put on a better performance and obviously have gotten the result.
"But I think 0-0 for us is not a bad result. Obviously we wanted to go home with the win but I'm sure if we go to their place and get a 1-0 win, and bring the final back here, the people will be happy with that."
The Ascot United man, who - like Baihakki - has been one of the best defenders of the tournament so far, also revealed he is expecting a greater effort from his troops come Wednesday.
"I think you can expect an improved performance [on Wednesday]," Gier added.
"[It will be] the second-half performance plus an extra 20% from the guys. That's what I'm expecting and that's what I'm going to demand so I think we'll be ready for Wednesday."
Singapore have failed to get a good in their previous meetings with the Azkals this year, having fallen to 1-0 and 2-0 defeats in friendly encounters before last Saturday's 0-0 draw.