ATK bounced back from behind to beat Chennaiyin FC 2-1 on their home turf at the Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Krirangan after two successive losses.
     
The defending champions on Sunday will clash against FC Goa who are on a high after their record 7-0 hammering of Mumbai City FC Tuesday night and the Kolkata outfit's head coach Antonio Habas yesterday said it's about taking the winning momentum into account.
     
"I don't want to talk about being favorites. Our next opponents are FC Goa and we have to recover immediately. It's about going step by step," Habas said after their win.
     
"It's a very important win for us. I am very happy with my team. We are more confident for the remaining games now. I'm not a magic coach, I'm just a normal human being. We have to plan as we have a difficult match ahead," he added.
     
ATK will get back the services of their defensive midfielder Ofentse Nato who will be back after doing national duty for Botswana while it's likely that marquee player Helder Postiga may also return to action against Goa.

Latest News from Sports News Desk