Roar have to beat the Glory and hope that Western Sydney don't defeat Adelaide United to ensure their place in the finals.

If Perth win and the Wanderers don't, then Kenny Lowe's team will be semi-finals bound.

Brisbane have suffered just one loss in their past five games, but it was last week's shock 3-0 defeat to Wanderers that snatched destiny from their own hands.

Former Socceroo Holman says Roar have the experience and the know-how to get the job done.

“We’ve been playing big games since we got ourselves into this position," the winger said. "We knew that we had to get some big results, which we have done..

“Unfortunately, we missed a chance last week and now we have to go to Perth and that’s going to be a good challenge. We need to pick out their weaknesses and exploit them, but first and foremost, focus on our own performance.

"It’s very simple. We need to go get a result and watch the game on Sunday. It’s going to be tough because Perth have something to play for as well, but we know what we need to do to get the three points.

"We’ve had a look at Perth and analysed them, but it comes down to how we start the game and how we perform. If we stay calm and play to our strengths then I have all the confidence that we can go there and get a result."

Holman has been sidelined with a groin injury for the past three rounds but is fit to face Perth. Dane Ingham and Corey Brown have been brought into Brisbane's sqaud for the match.

"I feel great and I’m raring to go,” the 34-year-old said.