The Dragons trail the defending ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) champions 2-0 in their best-of-five Playoff Semi-final series after two road defeats in Indonesia.
Wednesday's game sees the series shift to MABA Stadium in Malaysia.
"We are excited to play at home in front of our 6th man," said Dragons coach Ariel Vanguardia.
"It's a big challenge for us being down in the series but we are now playing at home and we have the experience of the first two games behind us."
The Warriors only need one more win to return to the ABL Finals while the Dragons will need to reel off three straight if they want to make it to their first ever Finals series.
Missing the size and experience of Marcus Hubbard through illness, the Dragons were shell shocked in the first game as the defending ABL champion Warriors came out hard and showed their playoff experience and intensity. The Dragons came out the aggressors in game two however a combination of foul trouble and turnovers took the wind out of their sails in the closing quarter and the Warriors slipped away in the closing minutes.
"The Warriors have got experience on their side as the defending champions," continued Vanguardia.
"In order to counter that, we need to lessen our mistakes because we made too many in the first two games."
Hubbard is expected to return for Wednesday's game after staying in Kuala Lumpur to recover during games one and two. Justin Melton has stepped up in Hubbard's absence and is currently the second leading scorer in the playoffs averaging 23.5 ppg as well as 4 assists (second) and 3.5 steals (equal third). The Dragons will need to focus on controlling the rebounds with Warriors' big men Steven Thomas and Chris Daniels both in the top 5 for rebounding so far in the playoffs.