Atletico de Kolkata aim for a second ISL trophy as they take on Kerala Blasters in the final. Follow our blog for live scores and regular updates.
Certain members of the Manjappada Fan Club have never missed a match and once again are confident of racking up the numbers inside the stadium for the big final.
ISL 2016 Final: From veteran Iain Hume to Sameehg Doutie, Atletico de Kolkata players to watch out for
Atletico de Kolkata boast of one of the most heavily rotated squads among all the clubs in the third edition of the Indian Super League. With as many as twenty three players used by Jose Molina over the course of the competition, the Kolkata club has a number of options who could step up to the plate.
It is testament to the ISL that these two rivals – debut season finalists Kerala Blasters and Atletico de Kolkata – are in the finals again, but were far from the best teams in the league.
Kerala Blasters have conceded four goals in eight matches at home this season. And the final is a 'home' match, make no mistake about that.
Kerala's road to the final has been rockier than you would believe. An opening day defeat in Guwahati and then a home defeat against Atletico left them without a point with two matches gone.
Atletico de Kolkata were off to a slow start in the third edition of the Indian Super League (ISL), but produced a turnaround in the semi-finals to get the better of Mumbai City FC to enter the final.
ISL 2016: Atletico de Kolkata's Iain Hume aims to score his first goal against Kerala Blasters in final
Atletico de Kolkata's Iain Hume will have to forget his past and dwell on the present as he attempts to win his first Hero Indian Super League title.
ATK full-back Pritam Kotal said he was blinded for a while after being hit in the eye during the brawl that broke out during the match against Mumbai City FC.
Kerala Blasters sat back, often deep, with five men in a flat line forming their defence, and the only occasions they ventured forward, they did so with direct long, hopeful balls.
Delhi Dynamos' ISL 3 campaign came to an end on Wednesday when they suffered a 0-3 loss in penalties to Kerala Blasters after a 2-1 finish in the 2nd leg semi-final.
Kerala Blasters strode into the final of the Indian Super League (ISL) after a 10-man Delhi Dynamos, in a shocking display, missed thrice in the penalty shootout in their second-leg semifinal.
Delhi Dynamos will look to exploit Kerala Blasters' unimpressive away form to overturn a one-goal deficit in the return leg ISL semi-final on Wednesday.
Without Diego Forlan, Mumbai City FC struggled to work up a balance to their side that ultimately led to their demise against a gritty Atletico de Kolkata.
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Marcelinho has been surprised by the level of competition in the ISL. But his strong belief in his own abilities continues to carry him through.
Atletico de Kolkata booked their spot in the finals of the third edition of the Indian Super League with a goalless draw against Mumbai City FC. Their slender advantage from the first leg was enough to send Jose Molina’s men into the finals, following a poor performance from the ‘top rankers’ of the group stages.
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With a place in the Kochi final up for grabs,the situation favours the visitors, but Mumbai's form this season will keep them interested.
Delhi Dynamos had racked up 27 goals in the league stage, but in the semi-final first leg, their lack of punch and blandness in attack was the most startling.