A win on Thursday will also make Gokulam Kerala the only Indian club in history to win two successive national league titles by their men's and women's teams.
Gokulam are currently on 40 points, six ahead of second-placed Mohammedan Sporting (34 points).
Gokulam, who are on an all-time record of 20-match unbeaten streak, can even seal the title with a win over Rajasthan United if Mohammedan Sporting fail to win their match against Churchil Brothers.
After Gokulam beat Punjab FC 2-0 on Saturday, they stretched their unbeaten run in the league to 18 games and in the process rewrote the earlier record of Churchill Brothers
The team from Delhi are coming into the match after settling for a goalless draw against TRAU while the Malabarians saw off Indian Arrows.
Gokulam now holds the I-League, Indian Women's League, Kerala Premier League and the Kerala Women's League all at the same time.
The tournament is being played across four venues - Municipal Stadium, Kuthuparamba, EMS Corporation Stadium, Kozhikode, Calicut University, Kozhikode and Calicut Medical College Kozhikode.
The Indian side went on to push Amman SC all the way, and for a long spell, it looked like victory was within grasp
Gokulam will represent India courtesy of being the defending champions of the 2019-20 Indian Women's League edition
After seven-years of hiatus, Kerala’s women football league is back to provide a professional platform for woman footballers.
Christy Davis and Muhammed Nemil stood out for their performances at the Durand Cup finals held in Kolkata last Sunday.
The Army Red squad decided to withdraw from the tournament as a result and FCBU received a bye into the semi-finals.
Gokulam started proceedings with very positive intent. They played an attacking game from the word go and created quite a few chances to score.
GKFC goalkeeper Rakshit Dagar got injured after a collision with Army Red's Mukesh Kumar and he was replaced by PA Ajmal.
After Kovoor posted the picture on his Facebook page two years ago, it went viral.