FC Goa, who have already confirmed their place in the semi-finals, will host Mumbai City FC at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here today. Goa will try to win this match and once again reach the top in the sixth season of the Hero Indian Super League (ISL). Goa, who has scored a hat-trick of wins in the last three matches, is in second place with 33 points in 16 matches. Goa has the same number of points as ATK, but ATK remains on top at the moment. Both teams have already entered the semi-finals.
Recently, Goa has changed its coaching staff and has replaced Sergio Lobera and appointed Clifford Miranda as the new head coach. In the first match as a coach Miranda, Goa defeated Hyderabad FC 4-1. Goa still has two more matches left and she would not like to lose a single point.
On the other hand, Mumbai's team has been unstoppable for the last four matches. The team had defeated Jamshedpur FC 2–1 in their previous match. Mumbai has to play the next match against Chennaiyin FC and in such a win it is very important for them. Mumbai City is currently in fourth place with 26 points with 7 wins from 16 matches and are four points ahead of Chennai. For Mumbai, Amine Chermiti has scored six goals so far and last season's top scorer Modou Sogou has scored three goals.