Muscat says no player is safe at Victory

Coach Kevin Muscat has been left disappointed by the Victory's performances. Photo: AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy.
Coach Kevin Muscat has been left disappointed by the Victory's performances. Photo: AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy.

Melbourne Victory will have to bounce back fast from Saturday night's 5-0 humiliation to Brisbane if it wants to test Suwon in the Asian Champions League clash at AAMI Park tonight.

Coach Kevin Muscat said everyone was available but no one was safe after the defeat to the Roar, and demanded improvement.

"In the Champions League we've performed very well in the two games we've played so far, and tomorrow night has to be a reflection of that," he said.

The Bluewings qualified for the 2016 edition of Asia's premier club competition after finishing second in the K-League last season.

The club has failed to advance past the group stage just twice.

But Suwon has made a slow start this year, with just one point from its opening two ACL games, leaving it at the bottom of Group G.

A win for the Victory would put it well on the way to the round of 16, with three pool matches remaining.



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