By FOX Sports staff
The Red Giants are currently third on the Malaysia Super League table after picking up 15 points from their opening nine games, and are one behind leaders Darul Takzim.
Despite their relatively strong start to the campaign, many believes Selangor have yet to fire on all cylinders given the number of new faces that arrived at the Shah Alam Stadium over the off-season, as well as a number of injury problems.
Nonetheless, S. Kunanlan, K. Gurusamy, K. Solihin and S. Veenod are all set to start on Saturday and Irfan admits the availability of the quartet will be a huge boost to his side's chances of beating their Johor-based opponents.
"You can say that this is my dream team in midfield now," he told the Star. "It's game on.
"It's not often that we get to assemble the strongest team because of injuries and suspensions.
"We had their services only for the opening two matches in January, but I'm glad they are all back and ready for the big game against Johor DT [Darul Takzim]."
Wingers Kunanlan and Solihin are returning from groin and thigh injuries respectively, while midfield general Gurusamy aggravated a knee injury after returning from a nine-month layoff in January.