FC Goa and Jamshedpur FC face each other in a crucial match which will decide the last semi-final spot in the Indian Super League on Sunday. A draw will be enough for Goa to make it to the last four stages since they are already a point ahead of Jamshedpur. However, if they lose,‘s side will have sealed a remarkable achievement in their first season at the JRD Tata Sports Complex. In a strange sort of way, I am happy that we have to win to go through because that way there is no doubt in our mind. If we would have been able to qualify with a draw, all of a sudden human nature means you try and protect what you have and I don’t think that really suits us,” said Coppell. The Englishman left no doubts that his team will go for the victory. The previous fixture between the two sides ended 2-1 in favour of Goa.