Arrows' weakness of conceding late goals was further exposed in the game against East Bengal.
"Tomorrow we want to give a good answer and try to fight for a result because we always fight for a result. I think we deserve more points. I think we could have had 14 points," Arrows coach Luis Norton de Matos said.
"Results, as I say always, at the end you always remember the result and not how well you played."
The former I-League champions have been in red-hot form lately, having grabbed five wins out of six that has helped them shoot to the seventh spot on the table.
Arrows, on the other hand, are slipping down the standing and one reason could be down to their inability to see out results and the number of points dropped due to that.
"It is the exact opposite sensation of scoring in the last minute. As a coach I am frustrated but it makes us learn a new lesson," Matos reflected.
Arrows striker Aniket Jadhav echoed his coach's sentiment.
"In that match against Churchill, the goals we had conceded was because of our mistakes. The team has become stronger and we want to take away three points," the youngster said.
They have clearly set the target of a top-four finish.
"A realistic target is top four. If we win all our remaining matches, top four is a realistic target especially with top teams dropping points," he said.
Meanwhile, the Arrows are playing without the pressure of worrying about their position in the table.
"I have already warned my boys that this match will be the toughest. I can play East Bengal, Mohun Bagan easily. But tomorrow is a very tough match because I can do some tactical work against other opponents.
"But this bunch of fearless boys, you never know, how they will start playing," Fernandes said.
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