VIDEO: Muscat confident of ACL success

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat says his side will be going for all three points against Asian powerhouse, Guangzhou Evergrande on Tuesday night.

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat says his side will be going for all three points against Asian powerhouse, Guangzhou Evergrande on Tuesday night.

Press play on the video below to hear from Kevin Muscat, Mark Milligan and Guangzhou coach Marcello Lippi ahead of Match Day 5 of the AFC Champions League at Docklands on Tuesday night.

Muscat said this clash was a 'must-win' to ensure qualification to the knockout stages of the competition.

Guangzhou Evergrande coach Marcello Lippi said he was confident of getting the three points and had no plans on settling for a point in Melbourne.

"We are ready to play the match," Lippi said.

"After our match at home I have also watched the other games of Melbourne Victory in the group. I know this team. I know now that we're almost at the end of the group so for every match it's really important. They will try their best to perform well tomorrow against us."

Lippi also confirmed Italian superstar Alessandro Diamanti hadn't made the trip, with Gao Lin also suspended for Match Day 5.

Meanwhile, Victory captain Mark Milligan said he knew Guangzhou Evergrande had quality all over the park, despite the notable omissions.

"Not only (do) they have extremely talented players there, but the discipline of that team that they showed, especially that night against us in the second half, was something I hadn't experienced before against a Chinese side playing over there," Milligan said.

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