Mumbai FC will hope to keep their unbeaten home run intact when they take on Shillong Lajong today in an I-League encounter at the Cooperage.
Mumbai FC players warm up during a practice session yesterday
Having succumbed to a 1-3 defeat against Salgaocar in their last league encounter, Mumbai coach Khalid Jamil urged his side to go for the kill today.
"We have to forget about the last match as it was not a good show by us. Instead, we will look forward to tomorrow's match against Shillong and we will give our 100 per cent.
"It will be a do-or-die situation for us tomorrow as we haven't won a game in long."
In their five home games, Mumbai FC have won twice and drawn three matches. However, they will be missing the services of their influential midfielder Taisuke Matsugae due to a calf injury.