Melbourne Victory will look to build on their promising start to their Asian Champions League campaign when they face FC Seoul in South Korea on Tuesday night.
Victory secured three points in their opening match with a 1-0 home win over Chiangrai United, then travelled to Seoul on Saturday.
"The win was very important - there's only six games so if you can win the ones at home, that gives you a big advantage and gives you the chance to accumulate some real points within the group," Victory winger Marco Rojas said.
"So that was very big.
"It was a hard-fought performance and we're looking forward to adding to that in this game. Hopefully we can pick up something in maybe a couple of the away games."
FC Seoul finished third in the 2018-19 K League season, entering the ACL at the play-off stage, where they beat Malaysian team Kedah FC 4-1 to qualify for the group stage.
They are in their pre-season and kick-off their domestic league season next week.
However, Victory will be wary of a number of quality players, including former long-time South Korea international striker Park Chu-young.
It was snowing in Seoul when Victory arrived but Rojas said the A-League side would embrace the different conditions.
"It's a little bit easier I think because there's no heat, it's a bit easier to run around in this than 25-30 degrees," he said.
"So I'm sure we'll be fine. Just enjoy the experience and the difference of being here in this weather (rather) than being at home."
STATS THAT MATTER
* FC Seoul are two-time ACL runners-up, making the final in 2001-02 and 2013, while they have won the K League six times (1985, 1990, 2000, 2010, 2012, 2016).
* Melbourne Victory are yet to concede a goal in this ACL campaign, having beaten Bali United 5-0 in the preliminary round, Kashima Antlers 1-0 in their play-off match and Chiangrai United 1-0 in their opening group stage match.
* Melbourne Victory will be aiming for their second win in Asia - their play-off win in Kashina was their first.