HERO Indian Super League 2018-19: Kerala Blasters FC vs Jamshedpur FC
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HERO Indian Super League 2018-19: Kerala Blasters FC vs Jamshedpur FC

December 4 | 7:30PM
Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium, Kaloor, Kochi
199 - 1,250 (Early Bird)

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Jamshedpur FC, with their Aussie star Tim Cahill, travel to Kochi looking for a win. But their star power and young talent will find it tough to impose dominance over a feisty Kerala Blasters side. With 3 points on the line at an important time in the league, neither will give up easily.


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Kerala Blasters: About the team

So near yet so far. Two heartbreaking narrow final losses to ATK form the crux of their ISL history so far. The side from football mad Kochi are desperate to take that final leap that will see their name etched on the ISL trophy at last. David James staying on and signing a new contract shows the club believes in continuity and giving him time to get his plan right. This same spirit is exemplified by Sandesh Jhingan, the veteran Indian defender who has been with them from the start and provides solidity and leadership from the back. A strong Indian presence around him with the likes of Anas Edathodika, CK Vineeth and Holicharan Narzary make this an exciting, balanced squad. The tools are there, now it is time to use them to achieve results. This is the season that the Blasters fans might just have been waiting for. Can they do it?

Jamshedpur FC: About the team

Jamshedpur FC were one of two teams to make their ISL debut in the 2017-18 season and like their counterparts Bengaluru FC, they gave a fabulous account of themselves. A 5th placed finish with more wins than losses was an admirable return for a side competing with clubs with 3 year of ISL experience. With 2017-18 manager Steve Coppell moving to ATK, the Steel City side have roped in ex-Atletico Madrid manager Cesar Ferrando to lead the side and target a semi-final spot in the season to come. This is a side with the backing of one of India’s most ardent football behemoths in Tata, and with the right signings and mindset ahead of the new season, are liable to surprise a few of the more established sides in the tournament. Their journey is one worth following!

Venue

Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium, Kaloor, Kochi

Stadium Road, Kaloor, Kochi, Kerala, 682020

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