Mumbai City FC announced Bipin Singh has put pen-to-paper on an extension to his contract which will see him commit his future to the Islanders until May 2025.
Both clubs came into the final with identical records, 12 wins and just 4 defeats in the league stage.
While the game not only features big-name players, it is also a battle between two tactically astute managers employing vastly different footballing philosophies.
The Indian Super League will conclude on Saturday with the title clash between Mumbai City FC and ATK Mohun Bagan here.
The final of the seventh season of the league will be played on Sunday between ATK Mohun Bagan and Mumbai City FC in Margao, Goa.
This game was finely poised after the 2-2 draw in the first leg and with now away goals rules, it was down which team outscored the other or settle it in shootouts.
They had the strongest squad in the league and justified that by winning the Indian Super League shield.
"It’s special when someone as successful as Pep Guardiola takes notice and speaks about us," said Amrinder.
The match had everything, multiple goals, quite a few penalty appeals and a flurry of yellow cards with Mourtada Fall lucky to not see red after a two-footed lunge towards the end of the game.
On Tuesday, coach Igor Stimac announced his list of probables and while it has a lot of fresh young faces, Mumbai City FC midfielder Borges' name was always going to be an automatic pick
This was the first time in ISL history that the final league game of the season came with such high stakes as it was a virtual final between two teams who have been in a league of their own.
The contest at the GMC Stadium, between two of the most consistent teams of this season, will see Mumbai City and ATK Mohun Bagan battle it out for their first League Winners Shield crown.
The Islanders are three points behind the leaders now and ended their three match winless run with Bipin Singh scoring the first hat-trick of the season.
Odisha have only pride to play for, but they have a chance to spoil Mumbai City's party.
Mumbai were missing the presence of their influential midfielder Hugo Boumous and it was evident as the team were struggling to link up their attacks or play their preferred free-flowing football.