Goa, Feb. 23 -- SC East Bengal have nothing left to play for besides pride in the Hero Indian Super League when they take on NorthEast United FC, who have everything to play for, at Fatorda Stadium Tuesday.

East Bengal had every chance of progressing into the playoffs but their attack led them down. In the last one month (since Jan 21), the Kolkata side has scored just five goals in 6 matches, having recorded just 13 shots on target in these games, the lowest among all teams.

However, with just two games left now, SC East Bengal assistant coach Tony Grant believes this could be a real test for his side when they take on the Highlanders on Tuesday.

SCEB will clash against a side eyeing their place in the playoffs and the encounter will ...