Kolkata: United Sports Club will look to go all out against bottom-placed HAL, Bangalore when the two teams meet in a round 14 fixture of the I-League at the Yuba Bharati Krirangan.
Having suffered 11 losses and two draws in the first leg, the Bangalore outfit is clearly the weakest among the 14 teams, and United SC coach Sanjoy Sen is aware of that.
Sen has warned against complacency and is looking at the match as a must-win priority if the team aspires a top-five finish.
"Compared to the other teams HAL seems weaker but no one can say what is going to happen in a game of football. The I-League results in the past few weeks have been surprising.”
"No one would have thought that Dempo would lose four matches and we also did not have a good outing against the Arrows," Sen said.
United are currently on 21 points and lie in the sixth position while HAL are languishing at the bottom with two.
Sen further said: "There are no injury worries as of now and we will more or less start with the same squad which won against Dempo SC in the last round."