In other news Nagoya Grampus tonight play for survival in the ACL. Nagoya take on Australia’s Central Coast Mariners who are fresh from their biggest win in Asia, two weeks ago. They beat Chinese team Tianjin Teda 5-1 at home and with the news that manager Graham Arnold has decided to extend his time with the club, spirits will be high. Mariners defender Patrick Zwaanwijk spoke with confidence saying “. . . I think we can beat them” if the team play as well as they did in Gosford the last time the two met. Grampus come into the match with a victory over Kobe on Saturday. It was the first win for the club since April 14th.