Roar Look for First Champions League Win

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Brisbane drew 1-1 with Beijing Guoan in their last match. Source: Getty Images/couriermail.com.au
Brisbane Roar  will be looking for a win against Ulsan  tonight to keep their hopes of progressing to the knockout phase of their inaugural AFC Champions League campaign alive. Brisbane has collected just a solitary point from their two matches in the competition to sit at the bottom of Group F. With his side still in contention for a second consecutive A-League premiership, coach Ange Postecoglou has the task of trying to juggle his squad in order to be competitive on both fronts. Luke Brattan and Jack Hingert could come into the side that defeated Central Coast 2-0  on the weekend, while Mohamed Adnan and Henrique will miss out through suspension and injury respectively.

While Brisbane has been struggling in the Champions League, Ulsan has played well. They opened their campaign with a 2-1  win over Beijing Guoan before playing out a draw  with FC Tokyo in their most recent fixture. South Korean international Lee Keun-Ho is the man to watch for the Roar, having scored four goals in his sides opening five K-League matches of the 2012 season.

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