Preview: Melbourne Victory v Jeju United

These two teams have never met before and it will be Jeju United's first-ever trip to Australia. Melbourne Victory have faced Korean opposition four times previously in their two ACL campaigns.

Date: Tuesday March 15 Kick-off: 7:30pm local Venue: Docklands Stadium Television: Live and exclusive on Fox Sports 2 Live Match Centre: www.melbournevictory.com.au

Head-to-head Never played

How they made it Melbourne Victory: 2010 A-League runners-up Jeju United: 2010 K-League runners up

History These two teams have never met before and it will be Jeju United's first-ever trip to Australia. The club from Seogwipo has only ever won the K-League championship once, back in 1989 (as Yukong Kokkiri), but surged back up the table from 14th in 2009 to claim an ACL place when second to FC Seoul. They lost the championship final over two legs 4-3 on aggregate.

Melbourne Victory have faced Korean opposition four times previously in their two ACL campaigns. They lost both times to eventual champions Seongnam Ilhwa Dragons, 2-0 at home and 3-2 away, while in the 2008 campaign, Melbourne beat Chunnam Dragons 2-0 at home, and drew 1-1 away.

Recent matches: Melbourne Victory: ACL: Gamba Osaka 5, Melbourne Victory 1, Osaka A-League: Gold Coast United 1, Melbourne Victory 0, Skilled Park Adelaide United 2, Melbourne Victory 1, Hindmarsh Stadium Melbourne Victory 2, Newcastle Jets 0, Etihad Stadium Melbourne Victory 2, Gold Coast United 0, AAMI Park North Queensland Fury 0, Melbourne Victory 3, Dairy Farmers Stadium

Jeju United: K-League: Jeju United 2, Busan l'Park 1, Jeju ACL: Jeju United 0, Tianjin Teda 1, Jeju

Melbourne Victory: 1. Michael Petkovic (GK), 2. Kevin Muscat, 4. Petar Franjic, 5. Surat Sukha, 6. Leigh Broxham, 7. Matthew Kemp, 8. Grant Brebner, 10. Archie Thompson, 11. Marvin Angulo, 12. Roddy Vargas, 13. Diogo Ferreira, 14 Billy Celeski, 15. Tom Pondeljak, 16. Carlos Hernandez, 17. Matthew Foschini, 18. Danny Allsopp, 19. Isaka Cernak, 20. Sebastian Mattei (GK), 21. Robbie Kruse, 23. Adrian Leijer, 24. Luke Pilkington, 25. Luke O'Dea, 26. Nick Ansell, 27. James Jeggo, 30. Tando Velaphi (GK)

Jeju United: 1. Kim Ho-Jun, 2. Park Jin-Ok, 3. Kang Min-Hyuk, 4. Kim In-Ho, 5. Park Hyun-Beom, 6. Choi Won-Kwon, 7. Kim Young-Sin, 8. Oh Seung-Bum, 9. Kang Su-Il, 10. Shin Young-Rok, 11 Jair, 13. Ma Chul-Jun, 14. Kim Tae-Min, 15. Hong Jung-Ho, 16. Bae Ki-Jong, 17. Kim Jun-Yub, 18. Kim Eun-Jung (captain), 19. Jeon Tae-Hyun, 20. Oh Ban-Suk, 21. Han Dong-Jin, 22. Lee Hyun-Ho, 23. Han Jae-Man, 24. Jung Da-Seul, 25. Kang Joon-Woo, 26. Yun Won-Il, 27. Cho Won-Kwang, 28. Felipinho, 29. Lee Sang-Hyup, 30. Bae Il-Hwan, 31. Lee Jin-Hyung, 32. Lee Keun-Won, 33. An Jong-Hun, 34. Kang In-Jun, 35. Kwon Yong-Nam, 36. Kang Min-Seong, 37. Shim Young-Sung, 38. Lee Yoon-Ho, 39. Santos, 41. Yoo Uk-Jin, 42. Hyun Kwang-Woo, 43. Moon Min-Kwi