Sanjoy Sen returns to the action along with Mohun Bagan after opting not to travel for the away leg.
The Mohun Bagan gaffer though meant business as he reiterated his intention of going for a win. The Mariners had tied the away leg 1-1 with Darryl Duffy scoring for the side.
"Definitely we will start from zero. This is a must win situation for us. We will try to win handsomely. What I have heard is that we could have won by a number of goals but it didn't happen last time around," he remarked.
Kante thanks Ranieri in emotional post
The head coach made it clear that he would rest key players going into the fixture, especially with gruelling I-League matches on the way.
"I don't believe in rotation. I gave some of the players rest. Within ten days we have to play four five matches in the league, so I have to rest players," he said.
The likes of Darryl Duffy, Pronay Haldar and Katsumi Yusa are expected to be not part of the squad for tomorrow's encounter.
When reminded that Bagan would be in Bengaluru FC's group should they qualify, Sen said he would be taking one match at a time.
"Let us win the match and then we can think of Bengaluru," he asserted.
Man United fans sure Griezmann will join
Ahmed Mujuthaba, head coach of Valencia said that they were here to compete.
"We drew with Mohun Bagan at home 1-1. We do hope that we gave them a good fight and hopefully we can play a good match here away," he opined.
Sen concluded by saying that Valencia displayed a lot of character after coming back from a goal down so they would need to be careful.
"What I have heard is that they came back strongly after they were down by a goal. This shows the character of the team so we have to be cautious about that but we will look to win the match," he signed off.
Kickoff is at 4 PM IST. Tune into Goal for Live commentary.