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Indian Super League: Bengaluru FC Vs Jamshedpur FC (Oct 7) All Things Considered

Bengaluru FC host Jamshedpur FC at the Sree Kanteerva Stadium.

Date, Time: October 7th, 2018, 7.30pm (IST) (GMT+5.30)

Where to watch

Channel: Star Sports 1, Star Sports HD 1, Star Sports 3

Streaming: Hotstar, Jio TV.

Highlights: Click Here

Pre-Match: All Things Considered

Bengaluru FC

-The front three of Bengaluru FC – Sunil Chhetri, Miku and Udanta Singh are quick, tricky and have scored lots of goals between them in the last ISL season. On their day which is most days than not, they can tear apart any defence.

-Both teams will be confident coming into this fixture on the back of their opening victories (Bengaluru won 1-0 against Chennaiyin in their opening ISL fixture).

-Dimas Delgado is fit again and available for selection.

-West Block Blues: For the opening fixture, the attendance was 20,786. The massive home support and the buzz around the stadium should give the home side a lot of encouragement.

-Head to Head Record: They’ve only played each other in last year’s ISL season.

Jamshedpur FC 0-2 Bengaluru FC  25 Feb, 2018
Bengaluru FC 0-1 Jamshedpur FC  21 Dec, 2017

Jamshedpur FC

-The former Atletico Madrid coach Cesar Ferrando got his tactics spot on as Jamshedpur made light work of Mumbai FC in their opening ISL fixture (Mumbai FC lost 0-2 at home).

-Tim Cahill will make his much anticipated ISL debut today. Either Serran or Juanan will have to do a man-marking job on him.

-As seen in their opening match, Jamshedpur are playing possession style football similar to Bengaluru FC. This could be an interesting clash of philosophies.

-Carlos Calvo will look to turn Bengaluru FC right-back Rahul Bheke inside out in today’s game. Bheke had a dismal game in Bengaluru FC’s opening fixture against Chennaiyin and was either AWOL with his positioning or indulged in ghost clearances ( a la “The Next Karate Kid”).

-Subrata Paul is a miss for Jamshedpur FC today as he is serving a three-match suspension.

Starting XI

bengaluru vs jamshedpur

Match Facts

1ST HALF

40′ – Yellow Card: Yumnam Raju (Jamshedpur)

45′ – GOAL: Nishu Kumar (1-0) (Bengaluru FC)

48′ – Yellow Card: Erik Paartalu (Bengaluru FC)

2ND HALF

55′ – Jamshedpur: M. Rahman (IN) R. Gaikwad (OUT)

68′ – Yellow Card: Memo (Jamshedpur)

70′ – Yellow Card: Jerry M. (Jamshedpur)

71′ – Jamshedpur: Gourav Mukhi (IN) Jerry M (OUT)

72′ – Jamshedpur: Carlos Calvo (IN) Tim Cahill (OUT)

77′ – Bengaluru FC: Dimas Delgado (IN) Xisco Hernandez (OUT)

81′ – GOAL: Gourav Mukhi (1-1) (Jamshedpur)

88′ – GOAL: Sunil Chhetri (2-1) (Bengaluru FC)

90′ – Bengaluru FC: B. Haokip (IN) Udanta Singh (OUT)

93′ – Sunil Chhetri (Bengaluru FC): Off the post

95′ – GOAL: Sergio Cidoncha (2-2) (Jamshedpur) (Assist: Mario Arques)

90′ – Bengaluru FC: S. Haokip (IN) Miku (OUT)

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[…] FC will need to be stronger defensively especially late into the game. They ended up conceding two goals after the 80th minute against Jamshedpur and the match ended in a draw. As always, the front three of Miku, Sunil Chhetri […]

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[…] the ISL this season, the club has managed to come back from a goal behind and drew games against top opposition like Bengaluru FC and Northeast United. Jamshedpur will rely on Cidoncha, Pablo Morgado, Soosairaj and Mario Arques […]

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