VIDEO: Coe wants big crowd at AAMI

Melbourne Victory goalkeeper Nathan Coe has urged fans to turn up in big numbers and support the club in their final home game of the regular season against Perth Glory on Saturday.

Melbourne Victory goalkeeper Nathan Coe has urged fans to turn up in big numbers and support the club in their final home game of the regular season against Perth Glory on Saturday.

Victory take on Perth at AAMI Park on Saturday evening in what could be the club's last match at the venue this season and Coe said it was important that fans turned up in droves to ensure a good atmosphere.

"We love playing in front of our home support at AAMI where we get a great atmosphere," Coe said on Tuesday.

"It is the last home game of the regular season as well so it is important we get a real good turnout and we can put on a good show for them before heading into the finals."

Coe said confidence was high in the squad after they picked up a point in a 1-1 draw with Sydney FC last round.

"I thought we had some great opportunities to score," Coe said of the Sydney FC match.

"We looked good last week, the ball just didn-t go into the back of the net as we would have liked.

"And we get the chance to rectify that this Saturday night."

Victory will take on Glory without three first-choice players, as Mark Milligan and Archie Thompson are away with the Socceroos and youngster Marco Rojas is plying his trade with the New Zealand national team.

But Coe is not concerned by those that will be missing and believes there is enough depth at the club to cover for the trio.

"We have missed great players before and we have great players in the squad that will step in and play," Coe said.

"Our squad is strong and everyone is capable of playing in the team.

"Whenever anyone has stepped in before they have done a great job.

"It will be testing, but we will be up for it that-s for sure."

Football Federation Australia have already announced Victory will host a final at Etihad Stadium in the first week of the A-League finals.

Victory currently sit in third place on the A-League table, but have Adelaide United snapping at their heels just one point behind them.

Fourth is as low as Victory can finish at the end of the regular season, meaning the club will host either the fifth or sixth placed team in a one off match at Etihad Stadium on Friday April 5.