After claiming 7-0 over Mumbai City FC, it was 0-4 defeat against Atletico de Kolkata. Though FC Goa chief coach Zico feels his team will remain unaffected by the big loss in the last game. The loss did not alter their position on the ISL points table dramatically as they continue to occupy the second spot. Even though FC Goa had defeated NorthEast United 3-1 in the away clash, Zico is aware he cannot relax at this juncture assuming that they cannot afford to lose any more in the competition now, as it would put pressure on them to qualify. The FC Goa chief coach said he will have to look at the team in training to find out the availability of players with doubts over Gregory Arnolin, Luciano Sabroza and Rafael Coelho, all of whom are injured. NorthEast United, on other hand, have scripted a remarkable turnaround after starting the campaign losing the first three matches in a row but now find themselves in run to qualify for the semifinals. Coach Cesar Farias said he always believed in his team and knew they would come good at some stage of the league. NorthEast United have 16 points in their bag from 11 matches and are placed among the top four at the moment. A win will in search of NorthEast United.