Oman are in desperate need of a breakthrough in the Champions League but it is the young players on the bench who could take the edge off the visitors.
The Omani have just two points from their first three games in the competition, but their youth is making them more dangerous, especially in attack, and with the arrival of Zohar Elnashari from the UAE and Omar Abdel-Rauf from Senegal, they could be in for a real test.
But if Oman are to find the back of the net, the game needs to be played on the home field, where Oman have had an excellent start to the season, with four wins and three draws in five matches.
The hosts have scored just two goals in their first four matches and have conceded two goals.
The game is expected to start at 10:00 GMT on Tuesday.