The qualifiers of the tournament will be played between teams who finished between 7th and 10th in the Hero ISL and Hero I-League, respectively. The four winners will proceed to the final round of the tournament which kicks-off from March 31.
Delhi, who ended their ISL campaign in style after a 6-match unbeaten run, said they were taking the tournament very seriously and will "give their best tomorrow".
"It has been a mixed season for us. We didn't start well but towards the end, we improved a lot in various aspects and are currently unbeaten in our last-six matches," assistant Coach Shakti Chauhan said at the pre-match press conference.
"This is a different ball game. All our players are fit and they're rearing to give it a go tomorrow," Chauhan confirmed.
"DDFC didn't start well. But they are on a dream run at the moment. We will put up a fight and intend to make every opportunity count," he added.
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