Kozhikode: Air India hasn't lost a match in the E.K. Nayanar Gold Cup all-India football tournament. If it could extend that run for another night, it could become richer by Rs. 15 lakh.
But the I-League side from Mumbai is unlikely to take its opponent in Wednesday's final, B.N. Railway (Kolkata), lightly, despite beating it 3-1 when the two sides met in the preliminary league a week ago.