Dynamos would want to register another win on their home turf Jawarharlal Nehru Stadium.
With four wins from six appearances, the Dynamos are comfortably placed at the second position, while two victories from as many outings have seen the Highlanders struggling at the seventh place.
Dynamos performance has been in stark contrast to NorthEast Uniteds struggle in the second edition of the franchise-based eight-team league.
Another win against Cesar Farias outfit, whose has been a similar story as last season, and the hosts will grasp the number one position.
Under the guidance of Brazilian World Cup winner, Roberto Carlos, Dynamos, after a string of away fixtures, will finally return to their home turf Jawarharlal Nehru Stadium.
Having started their campaign on a sour note a 0-2 defeat to FC Goa -- Dynamos went on a winning spree in the next games on the road before the run was snapped up, surprisingly, by sixth placed Mumbai City FC.