With the race for the play-offs very nicely poised, NorthEast United will be aiming to register three points against lowly Delhi Dynamos, when both the sides meet in an Indian Super League clash on 7th February, at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium.
The Highlanders currently sit on 4th spot with 23 points from 14 games. With just four more games left to be played and Jamshedpur FC and ATK piling up the pressure from underneath, NorthEast United need to make the most of their home game tomorrow after having lost two of their last three games.
For visiting Delhi Dynamos side, play-off spots are far from their reach now. However, they seem to have struck good form of late. They have picked up seven points from a possible nine in their last three matches. The Dynamos will be confident of showing everyone that they can give any team a run for their reputation.