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Bengaluru FC look to turn the tables on Chennaiyin

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Bengaluru FC AVBengaluru FC would look to avenge their first leg defeat and strengthen their top position when they take on Chennaiyin FC in a top-of-the-table clash in the Indian Super League on Today. (Tuesday).

It’s a showdown between two teams that have set the pace this season in the ISL.

Even though both Bengaluru FC and Chennaiyin FC are comfortably settled in the top two positions in the league standing, there still will be a lot to play for when they square off at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

Second placed Chennaiyin FC are currently four points behind table toppers Bengaluru FC but John Gregory’s men have played one game less than their southern rivals.

Chennaiyin had defeated Bengaluru 2-1 at their home and a win tomorrow will see the Chennai team cut the lead to just one point.

But, it will not be easy. Bengaluru FC have come into tomorrow’s game with three successive wins under their belt. And this time, Bengaluru will look to turn the tables on Chennai.

Mindful of the task at hand, Chennaiyin FC coach Gregory said for him the season will actually start from today (Tuesday).

Talking about the team selection for the big game, Gregory said he has the complete squad to choose from but he’ll make that decision only before the game.

“Everyone is fit and healthy for this crucial period. I’m fortunate to have a good medical staff that has taken good care of the players,” he said.

Though Chennaiyin have the advantage of a 2-1 win over Bengaluru in the last game, the visiting side head coach Albert Roca felt their loss at home will have no effect on his players.

“I don’t think it will play on our mind.

Losing to Chennaiyin FC was not disastrous. Obviously, we want to win all games. Tomorrow, we need to be brave and try and get all three points,” Roca said.

Bengaluru FC have been enjoying a great debut season in the ISL. Roca’s men have adapted to the new league with ease and are looking like title contenders. The Spanish tactician, however, feels it’s too early for such claims.

“It’s not finished yet. First, we have to finish all our games, perhaps we can talk a little about it and even then, we have to go through playoffs.

“At the moment it’s a pack of six teams looking to get into top four. So the first goal is to be in top four. If we take all three points, we’ll be close,” he said.

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