7:00 PM: Hello everyone and welcome to Khel Now’s LIVE COVERAGE of the Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC match in the Indian Super League (ISL) 2022-23. The kick-off is just half an hour away! I’m your host Aishwarya Chakraborty, and I’ll be keeping you company through what promises a fascinating evening of football. Please wait for 30 Seconds for the Live blog to load.
- Preview: Jamshedpur FC, Bengaluru aim to build momentum
- Aidy Boothroyd calls for aggression which JFC showed against East Bengal
- Simon Grayson: We want to finish as high up in the division as possible
Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC: Build-up
Jamshedpur FC will host Bengaluru FC at the JRD Tata Sports Complex on January 18 (Wednesday). The Men of Steel are coming off an ecstatic victory after a winless run of ten games. The fans are still in hangout of the victory as the team face an uphill task against the Blues.
The Bengaluru based club, on the other hand, have two wins in a row. The hope for the prized six spots is still high for the visitors. Simon Grayson is well aware of the situation and so is Aidy Boothroyd. Irrespective of whoever comes on top, the battle will be a treat for the audience for sure.
The Men of Steel have got off to a forgetful season and are out of the playoffs race. They began their season with an unlucky defeat to Odisha FC and could not really get the momentum.
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In the last game, they completely outplayed East Bengal and registered some good display for most parts of the game. Well, the good news for the Red Miners is that Ritwik Das is back in form and the new signings are delivering.
Things aren’t very good with Bengaluru FC either. They’ve displayed good football, but small errors on a regular basis took the games away from them.
They began their domestic season with a triumph in the Durand Cup. But very soon Simon Grayson’s side were handed a reality check in the league. Lately the team has looked different and seems to deliver on the expectations.