Kondo, Masushima, Hashimoto, Mizuno
Leandro, Otani, Barada, Wagner
Basanta, Meza, Mier, Cardozo
Delgado, Perez, Chavez, De la Pena,
Suazo, De Nigris
Hosts Reysol are coming off a mostly-effortless win over Auckland City on Thursday night, and should return to Toyota Stadium with most of the the same starting lineup. The lone exception is left-back Hiroki Sakai, who sustained a knock to his knee in the middle of the playoff match. Former Celtic player Koki Mizuno, who came on for Sakai after the injury, is likely to start in his place.
Monterrey has struggled this season, placing just 11th in the Mexican Primera Division. Coach Victor Vucetich has called his Japanese opponents "very organized and disciplined," but his side will believe that it can secure the win that would set up a semifinal face-off with Brazilian outfit Santos. The team will be led by captain Luis Perez, who was a member of the Necaxa team that beat Spanish giants Real Madrid in a shootout to win third place in the 2000 edition of the tournament.
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