In Indian Super League – 2020-21, Chennaiyin FC (CFC) will be faced off against the team Mumbai City FC (MCFC) for the 71st match of the league. CFC vs MCFC – faces each other in Round-2. Today match prediction will be for the team Mumbai City FC (MCFC). It will be the 13th match for MCFC in ISL – 2020-21. MCFC holds the first position in the league standings, with 29 points in their account. So far, they played total of 12 matches, in which they have won 9 matches, tied 2 matches and lost one match. The total goals for the team are 18 and against the team are 4. In the last match, they played against the team SC East Bengal (SCEB) on January 22nd, in which MCFC has scored one goal, while the opponent team has been stuck with none, which ended in a victory for MCFC.
Prior to this success, they played against the team Hyderabad FC (HFC) on January 16th, in which both the teams didn’t score any goals, which ended in a draw for both the teams. Their losing streak is one and winning streak is 9. Their form in the last 5 matches is W D W W W. Like the last matches, they should keep up the winning streaks in the upcoming matches, and it will help them to stay top in the entire league standings of Indian Super League – 2020-21. Let’s see whether they will win this match or not.
On the other hand, today match prediction will be for the team Chennaiyin FC (CFC). It will be the 14th match for CFC in Indian Super League – 2020-21. CFC holds the sixth position in the league standings, with 15 points in their account. So far, they played total of 13 matches, in which they have won 3 matches, tied 6 matches and lost 4 matches. The total goals for the team are 10 and against the team are 13. In the last match, they played against the team ATK Mohun Bagan (ATKMB) on January 21st, in which CFC has been stuck with none, while the opponent team has managed to score one goal, which ended in a defeat for CFC.
Prior to this failure, they played against the team SC East Bengal (SCEB) on January 18th, in which both the teams didn’t score any goals, which ended in a draw for both the teams. Their form in the last 5 matches is L D W D L. Unlike the last match, they should play well in the upcoming matches, in order to move forward in the league standings of Indian Super League – 2020-21. Let’s see whether they will win this match or not.
Chennaiyin FC (CFC) – Key Players:
Rafael Crivalloro, who is a midfielder. He was one of the main reasons for CFC’s team run into final last season. He scored 7 goals and 8 assists in his very first season with the club.
Anirudh Thapa, who is an Indian midfielder. He became the first player to win the AIFF’s emerging player of the year award twice. In his central midfield position, Thapa is excellent at breaking down the lines of defence with his precise passing, and also pops up with a goal from time to time. His curler from outside the box against FC Goa last season is still fresh in the memory of many fans. More of the same is expected from him this season.
Memo Moura, who is one of the most consistent midfielders of ISL in the last four seasons. He joined the team upon the expiration of his contract at Jamshedpur FC after three years, and the 32-year-old Brazilian will bring steel and resolve in central midfield. He didn’t miss a single game for Jamshedpur FC in the 3 seasons, he spent there, and finished the 2018-19 ISL season.
Lallianzuala Chhangte, who is a midfielder. He has scored 7 goals in the last season of ISL.
Enes Sipovic, who is a defender player. Being an experienced player, he has won the Romanian second division with Otelul Galati in the past.
Mumbai City FC (MCFC) – Key Players:
Mandar Rao Dessai, who is a defender player and also former FC Goa captain. He is the most capped player in the ISL with 97 appearances. He initially was a left-winger, but has been effectively used at left-back over the years. His attacking approach has seen him score 6 goals and make 11 assists in his ISL career so far.
Bartholomew Ogbeche, who is a star forward player and arrivals from Kerala Blasters. The ace striker added 15 goals and one assist to his tally with Kerala Blasters FC in Hero ISL 2019-20.
Hugo Boumous, will play the role of attacking midfielder. In the last season, he studded with 11 goals and 10 assists.
Arminder Singh, who is a goalkeeper. He has been first choice for MCFC over the years, irrespective of the management changes. The former Bengaluru FC and Pune FC shot-stopper has played 72 games in the ISL for various clubs, kept 19 clean-sheets, and has an impressive record of just 1.38 goals conceded per game. He kept 4 clean sheets and made 42 saves for the MCFC-team in the 2019-20 ISL season.
Adam Le Fondre, who is a forward player. He has an impressive record as striker. Fondre played in various divisions of English football, including the Premier League, before joining A-League side Sydney FC. He scored 20 goals and made one assist in the 2019-20 A-League-season.
CFC vs MCFC – Recent Form:
Chennaiyin FC: L D W D L
Mumbai City FC: W D W W W
Chennaiyin FC Squad :
Vishal Kaith, Reagan Singh, Eli Sabia, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Deepak Tangri, Enes Sipovic, Memo Moura, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Khangenbam Thoi-Singh, Rahim Ali, Esmael Goncalves, Jakub Sylvestr, Aman Chhetri, Pandiyan Sinivasan, Abhijit Sarkar, Karanjit Singh, Balaji Ganesan, Aqib Nawab, Lalchhuanmawia Fanai, Aimol Reamsochung, Edwin Vanspaul, Samik Mitra, BY Revanth, Anirudh Thapa, Fatkhullo Fatkhulloev, Dhanpal Ganesh, Manuel Lanzarote, Germanpreet Singh