ATK are seventh in the ISL standings.
The two-time champions suffered their third home defeat last week when they went down 2-1 to Bengaluru FC.
ATK have only beaten Chennaiyin FC at home, 2-1.
The city-based outfit have only managed to muster seven points from their six outings.
ATK will also hope forward Kalu Uche is fit to start the game.
The Nigerian had sustained a muscle injury during the team's 1-2 loss to Bengaluru FC in their previous outing.
Like any other Coppell's team, ATK have not been flamboyant in the attacking third but unlike some of the other teams he has managed in India, they have failed to keep a clean sheet this season.
For the hosts, Under-17 World Cupper Komal Thatal has been impressive and in the last outing, broke through the high profile Bengaluru FC defence to give ATK the lead.
Coming to Pune, they got off to the worst possible start to their ISL campaign this time.
They lost four out of their first six matches.
Deemed as title favourites before the start of the season, Pune have so far failed to live up to the expectations, leaking 15 goals in six matches.
Enjoying a 5-1 head-to head record against ATK, the Stallions will look to continue their dominance over the Kolkata side.
(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)