Atletico de Kolkata and FC Goa come face to face in their final group fixture of the Hero Indian Super League at the Salt Lake Stadium.
The Sourav Ganguly co-owned side need to at least register a draw in their final game against FC Goa in order to book a spot in the semi-finals of the inaugural competition.
If they lose, Delhi Dynamos may progress to the final eight as they have the same points as Atletico de Kolkata.
Kolkata, after a bright start to the ISL, have been pretty poor of late as they haven't been able to muster a single win in their last nine fixtures.
This dip in form has seen them slip to the fourth position in the ISL behind Chennaiyin, FC Goa and Kerala Blasters.
However, Kolkata boss Antonio López Habas says that his side are not worried by their poor performances, insisting that they are completely focused on winning their final group game against Goa.
"We are there, we are very close to our target of going to the semi-finals, we are not worried about the past, and we are just focusing on tomorrow," Habas told ISL's official website.
The Spaniard also insists that Kolkata will not be changing their playing style against Goa, who have been in superb form of late.
"We are not changing our style, we always play the same and we will have a plan to beat Goa tomorrow," he added.
Nevertheless Habas admits that Kolkata need to improve if they want to progress in the Indian Super League.
"We have to improve in different departments, but as a team, we will try to play the way we have played in our first four-five games. We agree we did not play very well in our last few games, we are working on that, but if we can win our last game tomorrow, then we will be a very tough team to beat," he concluded.
Meanwhile, Goa will also be hoping to beat Atletico de Kolkata so that they can displace Chennaiyin FC from the top of the ISL table.
After a very poor start to the season, Zico's side have been in terrific form of late, recording five wins in their last seven fixtures.
And Zico says that he is very pleased to see his team do the impossible by rising to the top from the bottom of the table.
"Of course, it is one of the greatest moments of my career. From being at the bottom of the table to reaching the semi-finals with a match to spare is not easy," the Brazilian legend told ISL's official website.
Finally the 61-year-old boss claims that his side are ready to race anyone in the semi-finals of the competition.
"We don't have to choose anyone, we came here, we have qualified, and we are ready to face anyone."
Where to Watch Live
The ISL match is scheduled for a 4:30pm IST (11am GMT, 6am ET) start with live TV coverage in India provided by quite a few channels including Star Sports 2, Star Sports HD2, Star Sports 3, Star Gold, Asianet Movies, Suvarna Channel and Jalsha Movies. Viewers can also watch the ISL match via free live streaming online on Starsports.com.
US viewers can live stream the action on FoxSoccer2go, while Europe viewers can catch the action live on Eurosport or their online Player. Middle East and North Africa viewers can watch the game on Bein Sports or via live streaming on Bein Sports Connect.
South Africa and the Sub-Saharan Africa audience can catch the match live onSuperSport or their online option. Australia viewers can catch the match live on Fox Sports 2 or via their live video option online.