Wednesday , January 23 2019

Bengaluru, Mumbai in spine clash: I-League

Mumbai town has earned plaudits too soon within the season for sacking results with a very home-grown squad.

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Bengaluru: 2 groups can contend to reclaim the summit of the I-League standings once Bengaluru FC welcome metro rivals Mumbai FC during a top half clash at the Sree Kanteerava stadium on Wednesday evening. Each group has achieved excellent starts to their individual campaigns, with the Blues leading the Mumbaikars solely on goal distinction, and appearance to drag level on points with early pace-setters Mohun Bagan.

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Mumbai town has earned plaudits too soon within the season for sacking results with a very home-grown squad, and their strengths are placed to the take a look at against an iron-clad Bengaluru defense that’s yet to concede within the campaign.

‘Exciting game on cards’

The new man at Mumbai’s helm, Santosh Kashyap indicated that his respect for the defending champions wouldn’t inhibit their natural variety of play. “I am a coach who likes to play attacking the football and Bengaluru FC too wish to pop out and play and I’m certain we’ll have a really exciting game of football tomorrow.”

Since the beginning of the Garden town club in 2013, they need to be featured the Mumbaikars six times. The head-to-head statistics indicate closely fought contests, with solely one win for every side; the other four fixtures have led to stalemates.

“I believe my Indian players. They’re proving themselves,” Kashyap said. His counterpart Roca may welcome back Cameron Watson for the main fixture

The Spaniard also underscored the plan of action importance of countering Mumbai’s pace assets patiently and solidity. “They have lots of paces and can look to require advantage of it. Our philosophy is to create the sport from behind.

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