FC Goa will be back at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda on Wednesday, January 8 for their next Indian Super League game as they take on NorthEast United FC with the aim to restore their advantage at the top of the table.
The Gaurs suffered a 1-2 loss to Bengaluru FC in their last match, but had plenty of positives to take from the game and can perhaps consider themselves a touch unfortunate to leave the Garden City without even a point.
That being said, heads aren’t dropping anywhere in the FC Goa camp, and the focus is firmly on the team’s next clash at home.
FC Goa head coach Sergio Lobera and his men will look to get their first win of this decade after Bengaluru FC played spoilsport in their last encounter.
Heading into the game, tied on points at the top of the table, the Gaurs will look to stretch their unbeaten record at home against the Highlanders.