JCT coach Sukhwinder Singh says it will be an altogether different ball game when they will clash against hosts East Bengal in the round three I-League match in Kolkata on Sunday.
JCT have made a good start to the tournament by winning the first two matches but Singh feels that they are in for some hard work in tomorrow's match against local giants at Yuba Bharati Krirangan.
"We might have won both our matches (against Shillong Lajong and Mohun Bagan) to be on top of the table but there is not much of difference between the two sides.
"We both have one foreigner each (in Orji Ikechukwu Penn and Yusif Yakubu for East Bengal)," the coach said about East Bengal, who have one point from two matches.
We have to be watchful against them. We can win, draw or even go down, but we have to accept it. The condition will be tough," added the coach.
The young JCT side will again look forward to their hat-trick hero Baljit Singh Sahni to combine well with Nigerian Penn in the forward.
The only I-League club from the North, JCT's weak link would be their defence which is struggling since the exit of Eduardo and Anwar Ali. PTI