By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The Rams are currently second from bottom after picking up just eight points from their opening 12 games, and are only ahead of basement side Geylang United on goal difference.
On Friday, they get their campaign back underway at home to Courts Young Lions, a side who are capable of hurting any team in attack but haven't been entirely convincing at the back.
In Sirina Camara and Sheikh Abdul Hadi, Young Lions coach Robin Chitrakar has two defenders who are strong in the air but slightly suspect when the ball hits the ground, and they could just be punished on Friday by Woodlands' South Korean star Moon.
The 31-year-old is currently the Rams' top scorer with five goals in the league and has already developed a dangerous partnership with Hussein Akil, even though they haven't exactly troubled opposition sides on the scoreboard.
While Akil brings plenty of guile and creativity in the final third, Moon provides Woodlands with a focal point in attack and is usually clinical with his finishing. With Guntur Djafril and Goh Swee Swee expected to provide a decent supply of crosses as well, the Rams could just have enough to get a result against Young Lions on Friday.
They did manage a 1-0 win over Chitrakar's men when both sides met in the opening week of the season, and on that occasion, it was Moon who popped up with the winner from the spot in the 48th minute, after he had been brought down in the box by goalkeeper Syazwan Buhari.