Urawa Red Diamonds have to overcome a two goal deficit when the face Jeju United in the second leg of their Round of 16 clash in the AFC Champions League on Wednesday.
The Japanese outfit, who topped Group F to move into the knockout stage, were outplayed in Jeju City in the first leg, with Marcelo Toscano and Jin Seong-wook each scoring for a 2-0 victory.
However, the Red Diamonds boast a perfect record at home this season in the AFC Champions League and head coach Mihailo Petrovic would like to keep it that way.
A 2-0 scoreline on Wednesday will force extra-time, with only a three goal winning margin being enough to see Urawa through in 90 minutes.
Meanwhile, the South Korean’s go into the tie having won four from the last five games in all fixtures and will be confident of reaching the last eight of the tournament for the first time in the clubs’ history.
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