Mumbai City’s gaffer Peter Reid expect a tough outing against Kerala Blasters. While Mumbai City enjoy life in the top four, Kerala Blasters reel at sixth.

“To be fair, in the previous game in Mumbai, it was a great free kick that won it (the game)It was a fairly close game. We know it will be difficult even with the results we have had lately. I know David (James), Trevor (Morgan) and some of the players really well, and I know that they are strong, well organized and I think that tomorrow’s game is going to be difficult,” said Peter Reid.

“If you’re at the bottom of the league and you have two wins, all of a sudden you’re in the top half of the table, and that just tells you how difficult it is going to be for us tomorrow evening. I was impressed with them in Mumbai so I know that it is going to be hard,” Reid emphasised.

“It concerns me because we are creating chances but we are not putting them away. With the games coming up think and fast, we are working on that aspect this evening in training and we will continue to work on it,” Reid explained.

“At the last game I mentioned that due to the climate, the first half is usually played in a frantic manner, and then in the second half the game begins to open up. What disappointed me was when André Moritz went off in the previous game, because I felt that when games get stretched, he has the quality to exploit that.”

Peter Reid also said that Andre Moritz might be doubtful against Mumbai’s clash with Kerala.