Mumbai City vs Chennai

Mumbai City vs Chennai Football Match Preview: Indian Football League 2020-21

Welcome to the Preview of Mumbai city vs Chennai Football  of -21.  

Preview

Mumbai team lost their initial game to NorthEast team and from that point forward they have incredibly great and have taken straight three successes and are at present at the highest point of the scoreboard. They are in a generally excellent structure and Sergio Lobera figured out how to recognize the group’s issues and have figured out how to address them. The group is in excellent structure and will be looking for additional successes to ponder their season records. 

Chennai team, in the interim, begun their season with a hard-battled triumph against the Jamshedpur team and afterward tied their game against the Kerala team. They come into this game after a sad thrashing against Bengaluru and are secured up in the base portion of the table. Csaba Lazlo must have to help the certainty of his group after the manner in which we have seen them on the field


Date: Wednesday, 9th December 2020, 7:30 PM IST 

Venue: GMC Stadium, Bambolim, Goa


Head-to-Head: Mumbai City vs Chennai 

Mumbai: 4 (W),  6 (L),  2 (D)

Chennai: 6 (W), 4 (L), 2 (D)


Team News: Mumbai City vs Chennai 

Mumbai 

The 2020–21 Mumbai City season will be the seventh season throughout the entire existence of the Indian Super League club Mumbai City. In the wake of neglecting to meet all requirements for the end of the season games the past season, lead trainer Jorge Costa was soothed of his obligations and supplanted by Goa lead trainer Sergio Lobera.

The club has procured numerous a central participant from Goa, including any semblance of Ahmed Jahouh, Hugo Boumous, Mourtada Fall, and Mandar Rao Dessai. Homegrown appearances incorporate Mohamad Rakip, Farukh Choudhary, Tondonba Singh, and youthful possibility Vikram Partap Singh. 

Chennai

A revived group with entirely different training staff in charge, Chennai is certainly one of the groups to keep an eye out for in the Indian Super League (ISL) this season. For Chennai, ISL 2020-21 will be the seventh season.

Chennai’s 2019-20 ISL crusade was very momentous. At the point when past mentor John Gregory was supplanted in the season by Owen Coyle, few would have anticipated that the group would fit the bill for the end of the season games with 29 points, and proceed to play in the last. Csaba Lazio has assumed control over the reins from Owen Coyle as lead trainer.

CFC has supplanted five of their seven unfamiliar players in front of the IFL-seventh season. Guinea-Bissau striker Esmael Goncalves, who’s a demonstrated gaol scorer, is probably going to lead the forward line in Valskis’ nonappearance. On the homegrown front, Chennai has gone for the experience. They have gotten left-back Lalchhuanmawia Fanai and right-back Reagan Singh to support their flanks.


Playing XI: Mumbai City vs Chennai 

Mumbai Playing XI

Ahmed Jahouh, Amrinder Singh, Mehtab Singh, Cy Goddard, Mourtada Fall, Vignesh Dakshinamurhty, Mohammad Rakip, Hugo Boumous, Rowllin Borges,  Bartholomew Ogbeche, Bipin Singh. 

Chennai Playing XI

Germanpreet Singh, Vishal Kaith, Eli Sabia, Enes Sipovic, Esmael Goncalves, Reagan Singh, Lalchhuanmawia, Edwin Vanspaul,  Lallianzuala Chhangte, Rafael Crivellaro, and Jakub Sylvestr.


Point Table 2020   

-21 

Pos   Club   P   W   D   L   GD   Pts  
1    Mohun Bagan   4   3   0   1   3   9  
2    Mumbai City   4   3   0   1   5   9  
3    Northeast    5   2   0   3  
4    Bengaluru   4   1   0   1  
5    Hyderabad   3   1   2   0   1   5  
6    Chennai   3   1   1   1   0   4  
7    Jamshedpur   4   1   2   1   0   5  
8    Goa   4   1   2   1   1   5  
9    Kerala   4   0   2   2   -3   2  
10    Odisha   4   0   1   3   -4   1  
11    East Bengal   3   0   0   3   -7  

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