India are not looking at revenge however full factors versus Oman, captain Sunil Chhetri claimed on Monday as they gear up to handle the hosts in a FIFA World Cup Qualifiers match here on Tuesday.

Omna had actually beaten India 2-1 in Guwahati in September yet Chhetri rejected discuss India gunning for vengeance.

“We won’t believe concerning vengeance or anything closer to that, never. At the end of the day, the points issue. It’s not a derby as they are not our neighbours,” Chhetri said during a training session.

“These are the qualifiers and also we have only one point in our mind, to go out as well as provide every little thing that we have as well as take the outcome. I suggest the vital factor is to go and also play well, particularly in the away matches.”

Oman striker Al Mandhar has already scored 4 objectives in four suits during the Qualifiers yet Pritam Kotal really felt every person must be taken care of similarly to come out with a beneficial result.

“It’s not only Al Mandhar, other enemies like Al Alwai, Al Ghassani everyone can enforce equal threat to a protection line. They fast, they switch placements fast and also can rack up from long. We have to be added cautious of their long-range shots,” Kotal suggested.

In the very first leg, Chhetri racked up India’s only objective which might have made the Blue Tigers their very first win versus the Gulf Country yet Al Mandhar racked up back-to-back goals to dent India’s desire.

The 2 nations have played 8 matches against each other up until now and also Oman got on the winning side six times whereas the other 2 matches finished in a draw.

On being asked whether these statistics will certainly put India under pressure prior to they hit the ground, Adil Khan felt otherwise.

“Yes, numbers say that they (Oman) are favourites but all of it will go back to square one. Their attackers can do anything on an offered day and we have to get on our toes throughout,” Adil worried.

Custodian Gurpreet Singh Sandhu selected that staying unbeaten on the road is the priority currently and Oman is mosting likely to be a tough opponent to bet.

“It’s constantly difficult playing away from home and also we identify the risks (from Oman) provided their capability as well as toughness. We have to see to it we manage them well.”