Wins - 1 each
Draws - 2 each
Now, this is what Monday night football should look like - nail-biting, interesting. And that is exactly what the high-on-confidence Jamshedpur FC would look to showcase when they welcome the two-time ISL champion, Chennaiyin FC at The Furnace tomorrow night.
The hosts are riding high after their last game against NorthEast United FC. Even though it ended with a thrilling draw in the 90th minute, the team kept its nerve after bagging a goal early in the first half, all thanks to the Spaniard, Sergio Castel.
The visitors, on the other hand, have been struggling to stay on top of the ISL table with 1 win, 2 draws and 3 losses under their belt this season. However, with the new manager, Owen Coyle being appointed in the middle of the season, the team will look to start afresh. The Scotsman would be working on the team’s defence in order to put up a good fight against Antonio and his men.
Both the teams have faced each other four times in the ISL with two draws in those fixtures.
Where Farukh Choudhary, Tiri, Memo, and Aitor Monroy have been performing their finest and consistently that too, it will be intriguing to watch what the home team has in store for Lucian Goian and co.