Delhi Dynamos head coach Josep Gombau’s hunt for the first three points of the season takes him to Goa this time around, as the Spaniard prepares his side to take on FC Goa at the Fatorda Stadium on Thursday, November 8.
Delhi Dynamos would look to turn things around in their second leg of away trips, before the league breaks for an international break, but it’s an uphill task to achieve.
FC Goa, who comes into this match after a disastrous 1-4 loss in Jamshedpur, are in fourth position in the ISL table and will welcome back striker Ferran Corominas for this match following his one match suspension.
Gombau’s side meanwhile are currently placed ninth in the table, and would take inspiration from their performance against Jamshedpur FC, a match where the visitors scored late to deny Delhi Dynamos all three points.
“We are not getting the results but we are playing very well. Last game I think we played well and that has given us good confidence. It will be a big challenge tomorrow because we are playing against a very good side with a very good coach. They have a prolific forward line and it will be a very competitive game.”
“We have missed a lot of goal scoring chances but last game we did well to take our chances and I am happy to see the improvement,” Gombau added.
There is no injury concern for the team, and with his full squad at disposal, it will be a Spanish tactical affair at the Fatorda Stadium in Margao as the two former companions take on each other.