The Arrows, to their pleasant surprise, find themselves above Mohun Bagan in the league table going into the game with three points from two matches. Mohun Bagan have two points from an equal number of games.
"The boys need to take decisions on their own, be it in defending or in the attacking line. These boys will adapt to the combinations as they play more matches and get used to it and then we can see more goals. It's just a matter of time and patience."
Mohun Bagan, on the other hand, have opened their campaign with two draws and will be smarting from the fact that they were in winning positions in both those games only to give it away.
"I am not totally dependent on Sony, but yes, after nine months, a player can't be in a position to play 90 minutes. So I will see if he can play a little longer. I am focusing on all the players in my team," he said.
"We drew the last match so we need to be extra careful this time. Indian Arrows are the youngest but an experienced team. The exposure trips that they got in recent years is remarkable and no one in Indian football has ever got that," Chakraborty said.
"They have also won the last match. So we will have to work hard and be confident before facing them tomorrow. It will be a tough match indeed and let us hope for the best."
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