Kerala Blasters lead the Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 table with 20 points from 11 matches. They have lost only once this season. Defending champions Mumbai City are fourth with 17 points from 11 outings.
Kerala Blasters have won three of their last five matches in ISL 2021-22 and are a point clear of second-placed Jamshedpur FC in the table. Odisha FC remain at eight, seven points behind Kerala.
Kerala Blasters are at the second spot in ISL 2021-22 points table with 17 points to their credit from 10 games, while Odisha FC are at the eighth spot in the table with 13 points.
Coming to Sunday's game against Kerala Blasters, Hyderabad FC were unbeaten for eight consecutive matches. The loss saw them dropping to the third place in ISL 2021-22 points table.
Hyderabad FC have 16 points from 9 games. They are just one-point short of table-toppers Mumbai City FC who have completed their 10 games. Meanwhile, Kerala Blasters have 14 points from 9 games.
Kerala Blasters are now third in the Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 points table with 14 points from nine games while FC Goa remain ninth with nine points from nine outings.
Kerala Blasters are fifth in the ISL 2021-22 table with 13 points from eight matches. A win over FC Goa will help them displace Mumbai City FC at the top of the standings. Kerala have remained unbeaten in their last seven games.
India's FIFA U-17 World Cup star Anwar Ali was barred from playing competitive football by the AIFF in 2019. He was diagnosed with a rare heart condition called Apical Hypercardiomyopathy.
The result means Kerala Blasters are now third in the ISL 2021-22 table with 13 points from eight matches while Jamshedpur are second, having the same number of points from eight games but ahead on goal difference.
After the end of round seven, both Kerala Blasters and Jamshedpur FC have 12 points each with equal numbers of wins and defeats. The winners can climb to the second spot in ISL 2021-22 standings.
The win helped Kerala Blasters move to fifth-place in the 11-team ISL 2021-22 table with nine points from six matches. Holders Mumbai City remain at the top with 15 points from seven games.
Mumbai City are enjoying a stellar run, steamrolling teams. In their last ISL 2021-22 outing, Des Buckingham's side was put to test by a defensively solid Chennaiyin FC but they got the goal in the 86th minute.
This was the third consecutive draw between these two teams in the ISL which extends East Bengal's winless streak to six games. East Bengal will face NorthEast United in their next fixture, while Kerala Blasters FC take on Mumbai City FC.
East Bengal are lying at the bottom of the ISL 2021-22 table with just two draws from five games. Kerala Blasters are high on confidence after getting their first win of the tournament against Odisha FC.
Alvaro Vazquez (62nd) gave Kerala Blasters the lead before substitute Prasanth Karuthadathkuni (85th) doubled the margin against Odisha FC in ISL 2021-22 game. Nikhil Raj scored a consolation goal for Odisha in second-half stoppage time.
In a space of four minutes, Ashique Kuruniyan scored twice, but strangely for both sides. He opened the scoring in the 84th minute for Bengaluru FC, then levelled it in the 88th minute for Kerala Blasters in their ISL 2021-22 match.
Check live telecast details of the Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 football match between Kerala Blasters Vs Bengaluru FC. Kerala Blasters are yet to win a match so far in this season.
After facing defeat by similar margins in their respective opening Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 openers, NorthEast United FC and Kerala Blasters FC shared the spoils with a goalless draw in Fatorda.
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