Goa finished on top of the ISL league table and won both their league matches against Delhi Dynamos, 2-0 at home and 3-2 away and current form would give them an advantage
tomorrow at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
     
Goa's last win came here last week when they bounced back from two goals down in the first session to script a remarkable 3-2 victory that took them to the top of the table and left Delhi Dynamos in fourth place.
     
By virtue of that win, Goa took the advantage of playing the second leg of the first semifinal at home.
     
The capital city's football fans were treated with five goals last time the two sides met, though they must have been disappointed that the home team lost. They would hope for same attacking football tomorrow also.
     
Tomorrow, it could be a fascinating contest between attack-minded Goa and defensively solid Delhi, which prefers to play possession football.
     
Among the four semi-finalists, Delhi have scored the least number of goals (18), while Goa, under Zico, have found the opposition net 29 times, the highest among the eight teams.

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