A week ago in the last seconds of the match, Kerala Blasters receive a goal against East Bengal on the road and pulled off a stunning draw. A couple of days ago, the Blasters were at the happy end after another injury-time goal, this time against Bengaluru, and won the three points. That win was only Blasters third in 12 matches in the Indian Super League. Today they take on third-placed Goa at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. Coach Kibu Vicuna said that Goa is a good team, very well prepared with fantastic players such as Angulo, Ortiz, and Romario Jesuraj, who are capable to score from any chance. They take on a side that has dominated games with maximum possession, having remained unbeaten in the last five games. Kerala has conceded 21 goals against Goa, the most against any team in the league. In the last mutual match on December 6, Goa ran away with a 3:1 victory with Igor Angulo scoring two goals. Expect another open match without too many calculations as it was in their head to head matches at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.