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I-League, Mohun Bagan Vs East Bengal: Live Streaming, TV Guide, Likely XIs, When And Where To Watch Season's 2nd 'Boro Match' Live

Jan 26, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

East Bengal are placed fourth in the league standings with 22 points from 12 games, while Mohun Bagan are sixth with 21 from 13.

I-League 2018-19, Kolkata Derby Preview: Mohun Bagan Ready To Derail East Bengal's Title Hopes

Jan 26, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Mohun Bagan lost 2-3 in the first leg on December 16 but since then, the Mariners have managed to turn things around under the guidance of new coach Khalid Jamil, having won successive matches.


East Bengal vs Mohun Bagan: Live Streaming, TV Guide, Likely XIs, When And Where To Watch 'Boro Match' Live

In a rivalry which is nearly 100 years old, the Red & Gold Brigade have a better head-to-head record; but the Mariners have dominated the last few 'boro matches', including a league double last season. In fact, East Bengal's last win over Bagan in I-League was in April 2016.

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