The Brazilian legend Zico's brigade is currently on a high after their magnificent 7-0 win over Mumbai, an ISL record as they sit pretty on atop table with a solid goal difference of eight.

The return of Ofentse Nato after serving national duty for Botswana will infuse solidity to their central defense which has come under severe criticism for letting in goals in every match of the season so far.
    
Only in their last match, a sloppy defence from Augustine Fernandes had handed bottom-placed Chennaiyin FC a first half lead before ATK bounced back to win 2-1.
     
The second edition of the tournament has been by far wide open for all the top eight teams as only three points separate the top five teams, making the last four progression toughest with chances for all teams including bottom-placed CFC (10 points from 10 matches), albeit arithmetically.
     
A win for FCG (18 from 10 matches) tomorrow will not only break their ATK jinx but will consolidate their position atop the table, while the home side, who're currently on the third
place, have the chance to jump to the pole position as they're just one point below the leaders.

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