VIDEO: 'Destiny in our hands'

Melbourne Victory is in Korea for the final match of the AFC Champions League group stages, as Kevin Muscat's side prepares to face Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors on Tuesday night.

Melbourne Victory is in Korea for the final match of the AFC Champions League group stages, as Kevin Muscat's side prepares to face Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors on Tuesday night.

Press play on the video below to hear what coach Kevin Muscat and captain for tomorrow's clash, Leigh Broxham, had to say about the final match of the group stages.

There will be several players missing from the encounter, with James Troisi and Pablo Contreras ruled out of the clash through 'general soreness', while skipper Mark Milligan is suspended following his second yellow card of the group stages against Guangzhou Evergrande last week.

Tom Rogic also remained in Melbourne as he continues his rehabilitation from injury.

With a win guaranteeing a path through to the knockout stage of the Champions League, Muscat said he was under no illusions that his side would be playing for all three points.

"There is a buzz in the group at the moment, the games have been coming thick and fast," Muscat said.

"We've had an advantage as we've had games that have meant so much for the last five or six weeks, so we know what's required."

A draw is unlikely to be enough for Muscat's men and Broxham said his side knew its destiny was in its own hands.

"Even away from home we've really taken it to teams," Broxham said.

"If we win the game we go through, so it's not like we are waiting on other results, so it's down to us and we can decide our own fate."