Staying vigilant in defense until the final whistle

The Hyderabad FC is set to travel to Guwahati to take on NorthEast United at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in the Indian Super League on Sunday. The Nawabs, who suffered a 0-2 loss to Mohun Bagan in their previous game, will be aiming to secure their first win of the season. On the other hand, the Highlanders, who were defeated 0-5 by East Bengal in their last game, will be looking to reassure their fans that their season is not off track. Hyderabad’s centre-back Nim Dorjee Tamang acknowledged their defensive struggles but expressed confidence in their ability to secure a clean sheet in the upcoming match and potentially secure a victory. Both teams will be eager to improve their standing, with Hyderabad currently sitting at the bottom of the standings with only three points while NorthEast United is in seventh place with nine points. This game presents an opportunity for both teams to turn their season around.