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ISL 2021-22 LIVE SC East Bengal vs Jamshedpur FC: Prce puts the Red and Golds ahead; SCEB 1-0 JFC


Welcome to Sportstar’s live coverage of this evening’s SC East Bengal vs Jamshedpur FC Indian Super League (ISL 2021-22) clash being played at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Goa. This is Aneesh Dey bringing you live updates from the match.

20′ CHANCE- Mrcela misjudges the bounce of the ball and Boris pouches on his error but keeper Arindam does well to anticipate the situation and ventures out to collect the ball.

17′ GOOOOAALLL!!! SC EAST BENGAL SCORES!! ITS PRCE!! It was a well-worked corner by SCEB, which was initially punched away by Rehenesh but Perosevic did well to put it back in. Prce puts the ball inside the net with an acrobatic finish.

16′ Perosevic goes for goal directly from the freekick with a shot but the wall does its job.

15′ Boris handles the ball in a dangerous area and it is a chance for SC East Bengal to deliver a good ball inside the box.

12′ The tempo of the match has picked up as both teams are being more adventurous in their opposition’s half.

10′ SHOT- This time its danger-man Valskis who shoots but it is blocked by Rafique. Shouts of handball but referee waves play on.

8′ SHOT- Perosevic made a great run from the right flank and squared the ball to debutant Hnamte. He got his shot away but it was straight at keeper Rehenesh. SC East Bengal’s first shot on target. 

7′ Boris with a chance to deliver a cross from the left flank but the ball played to him was too heavy and the player cannot keep it in play.

5′ A quiet start to the game compared to the first two matches of this year’s ISL. The tempo of the match is quite slow as of now.

3′ SC East Bengal making headway into the opposition as Hira Mondal makes way down the left flank. His pressure forces JFC to concede a corner.

2′ A cautious start by Jamshedpur FC as it keeps possession in its own half. Only Chima is seen on pressing duties right now.

1′ KICK-OFF!!

7:30 PM- AND WE ARE UNDERWAY!!

7:25 PM- Five minutes to kick-off!!

7:15 PM- Arindam Bhattacharya is gearing up for his first match as SC East Bengal captain. 15 minutes to kick-off!!


 

7:00 PM- Will Jamshedpur FC break the jinx?

Owen Coyle’s Jamshedpur FC beat every team last season except SC East Bengal. The first match was a goalless draw and the second match, SC East Bengal edged a 2-1 win against Coyle’s team. Will Jamshedpur FC break the jinx today?

6:46 PM- Listen in to our season preview on a new episode of The Full Time Show:

6:38 PM- Official Lineups are out!!

SC East Bengal Playing XI: Arindam (GK) (C), Mrcela, Prce, Rafique, Hira, Sourav, Angousana, Hnamte, Jairu, Perosevic, Chima

Subs: Gomes, Sidoel, Dervisevic, Semboi, Jackichand, Amarjit, Suvam, Sankar Roy

Coach: José Manuel ‘Manolo’ Díaz Fernández

Jamshedpur FC Playing XI: Rehenesh (GK), Lallawmawma, Sabia, Renthlei, Hartley (C), Boris, Pronay, Jitendra, Lima, Doungel, Valskis

Subs: Kumar, Laldinpuia, Gahlot, Thatal, Rahman, Das, Murray, Stewart, Pandita

Coach: Owen Coyle

6:15 PM- What happened when the two teams met last season? Have a look!!


 

6:00 PM- Here is how we think the two teams will lineup today!!

SC East Bengal Predicted XI: Arindam Bhattacharya, Raju Gaikwad, Tomislav Mrcela, Franjo Prce, Bikash Jairu, Jackichand Singh, Adil Khan, Amarjit Singh Kiyam, Amir Dervisevic, Daniel Chima Chukwu.

Jamshedpur Predicted XI: Rehenesh TP, Laldinliana Renthlei, Peter Hartley, Anas Edathodika, Boris Singh Thangjam, Pronay Halder, Mobashir Rahman, Greg Stewart, Alex Lima, Nerujis Valskis, Komal Thatal

5:45 PM- Missed the previous match? We’ve got you covered with our ISL match reviews. Here’s a recap of the BFC v NEUFC fixture.



– MATCH PREVIEW: ISL 2021-22: Jamshedpur FC faces SC East Bengal challenge –

The third match of the Indian Super League (ISL) pits Jamshedpur FC and SC East Bengal who open their season’s campaign at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Sunday. Jamshedpur FC, which narrowly missed the semifinals last season, is looking to better its performance by retaining the nucleus of the side under head coach Owen Coyle.

East Bengal, which made a last gasp entry last season, would be looking to put behind the forgetful outing that saw it finishing ninth. The fans of the legacy club are keyed up about the team’s performance under the new Spanish coach Manolo Diaz, who succeeded the Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler.

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East Bengal had a smooth pre-season where it did not lose a match. This will be one of the factors motivating the side to make a good start. Their first meeting last season ended goalless while East Bengal came out victorious (2-1) in the second.

Coyle, who is likely to miss forward Farukh Choudhary owing to injury, will have to marshal his side well considering that the opponent boasts of a good mix of Indian and foreign recruits.

Manolo has no fitness issues in the side but his biggest challenge will be to get the fresh batch of recruits to settle to his strategy and plans.



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