EBFC VS HFC HERO SUPER CUP MY FAB11 BEST FANTASY TIPS AND TRICKS, FOOTBALL PREDICTION
East Bengal FC vs Hyderabad FC (EBFC VS HFC)
League: Hero Super Cup
Date: Wednesday,13th Mar 2023
Time: 8:30 P.M (IST)
Venue: Manjeri Payyanad Stadium
EAST BENGAL FC
Despite taking the lead in the 38th minute and having opportunities to score a second goal through Jake Jervis, Stephen Constantine’s team could only manage a 1-1 draw with Odisha FC in their Super Cup match.
East Bengal had complained about the challenging circumstances surrounding their preparations and travel for Super Cup games, but they could not use the same excuse for their opening group stage match.
A victory would have been a relief for East Bengal, who must now win their second group match against Hyderabad FC to remain in contention. The team has never won against Hyderabad FC, and a loss in this match would compound the disappointment of their ISL season and increase pressure on the board from the fans. A draw will keep them alive in the tournament, but a win is crucial to building momentum and emulating their 2018 final appearance.
In contrast, Hyderabad FC dominated their first group match against Aizawl FC, winning 2-1 with goals from Joel Chianese and Joao Victor.
Although Ivan Veras scored a late goal for Aizawl, Hyderabad FC was not overly troubled and would have preferred to keep a clean sheet. With destiny in their hands, the 2021-22 ISL champions can qualify for the Super Cup knockouts if they win their second match against East Bengal, against whom they have not conceded a goal in the last three encounters, scoring eight in the process.
A victory would cement their position at the top of the table, and they could even qualify without playing their final group match if Aizawl FC draws with Odisha FC. This will be the first time these teams face each other outside their league.
EBFC VS HFC Recent Forms
EBFC – DLWLD
HFC – WLDWL
EBFC VS HFC Winning Prediction
Hyderabad FC will win this match.
EBFC VS HFC Probable Lineups with players’ statistics:(ISL AND SUPER CUP)
Kamaljit Singh (Goalkeeper): East Bengal FC has acquired the services of Kamaljit Singh, an Indian goalkeeper originally from Punjab, who has previously represented India in several youth-level competitions. Singh has played for FC Pune City, Hyderabad FC, and Odisha FC in the Hero ISL before joining East Bengal FC.
His impressive agility and commanding presence in the penalty area make him an excellent addition to the team. During the previous ISL season, he managed to keep three clean sheets and completed 135 passes with 480 touches. He also had a save percentage of 62.79%.
Lal Chungluga: Lalchungnunga, a talented Indian defender from Mizoram, has established himself as a rising star in Indian football. He previously played for two seasons in the I-League with Aizawl FC before joining Sreenedhi Deccan for the 2021-22 season. Currently, he is on loan at East Bengal FC.
Sarthak Golui: East Bengal FC’s defender, Sarthak Golui, is a Kolkata-born Indian player who graduated from the AIFF Elite Academy. Known for his leadership qualities and no-nonsense approach to defending, Golui has established himself as a regular in various clubs across India. His impressive defensive style and commitment to the game earned him a call-up to the Indian senior national team.
Tuhin Das, a defender from West Bengal, was a member of the state’s Santosh Trophy team that finished as runners-up in the 2021-22 edition. He recently signed with East Bengal FC for the Hero ISL 2022-23 season.
Charis Kyriakou: Charis Kyriakou is a versatile Cypriot defender who can play both as a centre-back and a full-back. He has spent over ten seasons playing in Cyprus and has now joined fellow Cypriot Stephen Constantine at East Bengal FC for the Hero ISL 2022-23 season.
Jerry: Jerry Lalrinzuala, a Mizoram-born Indian defender, is a graduate of the AIFF Elite Academy. In his early days as a footballer, he traveled to France for a training stint with FC Metz. Lalrinzuala is recognized as an attacking fullback, and his persistent efforts have earned him a place on the Indian national team. After spending five seasons with Chennaiyin FC, he signed with East Bengal FC.
Mobashir Rahman: Mohammad Mobashir Rahman is a professional Indian footballer who operates as a midfielder for East Bengal FC in the Hero ISL. He completed his training at the Tata Football Academy and has previously played for Jamshedpur FC.
Alex Lima: Alex Monteiro de Lima, commonly referred to as Alex, is a professional Brazilian footballer who operates as a midfielder for East Bengal FC. Before joining Jamshedpur FC in the Hero ISL, Alex has played in multiple leagues across the globe. He is highly recognized for his proficiency in working as a protective barrier in front of his team’s defense.
Naorem Mahesh Singh: Naorem Mahesh Singh started his football career with Birchandra Memorial Sporting Club in his hometown of Manipur. Later, he joined the youth team of Shillong Lajong FC and played in the Shillong Premier League. In the 2018-19 season, Naorem was promoted to the senior team and scored a brace in his debut against Aizawl FC in the Hero I-League. After that, he signed with Kerala Blasters FC for the 2020-21 Hero ISL season but didn’t get much playing time. He then joined SC East Bengal on loan for the 2021-22 season.
Jake Jervis: Jake Jervis, an English striker, has earned accolades as a champion in the third and fourth-tier leagues of English football. Over the years, he has played for 17 different clubs across England, Scotland, and Turkey before joining East Bengal FC in the Hero ISL.
Cleiton Silva: Cleiton Silva, a Brazilian forward, is part of the East Bengal FC squad. With ample experience in his bag, he has previously played for Bengaluru FC in the Hero ISL.
Anuj Kumar(Goalkeeper): Anuj Kumar is a young goalkeeper from a small village in Uttar Pradesh. He was part of the FC Pune City U-19 team that won the 121st U-19 IFA Shield tournament, defeating Mohun Bagan in the final.
Although he was part of FC Pune City’s squad for Hero ISL 2017-18 and 2018-19, he has yet to make his debut in the Hero ISL. Anuj is currently with Hyderabad FC this season and is eager to get some playing time.
During the previous ISL season, he managed to keep 1 clean sheet and completed 20 passes with 52 touches. He also had a save percentage of 80%.
Reagan Singh: Keisham Reagan Singh began his professional football career with Royal Wahingdoh in Shillong. He is a right-back with vast experience in the top tier, having played for NorthEast United and Chennaiyin FC. His ability to cross and make crucial tackles in defense makes him a reliable fullback.
Chinglensana Singh: Chinglensana Singh began his professional football career with Shillong Lajong FC in the Hero I-League in 2015. The defender made his Hero ISL debut with Delhi Dynamos FC in 2016 and had a remarkable season. After being picked in the draft for Hero ISL 2017-18, he played 19 games for the Gaurs over three seasons. Chinglensana joined Hyderabad FC before the 2020-21 Hero ISL season and was a crucial part of their defense. His impressive performances earned him recognition from national coach Igor Stimac, and he made his debut for the Indian team later that year.
Odei Onaindia: The center-back began his youth career at Athletic Bilbao and went on to play for CD Basconia, CD Elgoibar, and SCD Durango. Onaindia is a familiar name to Hyderabad FC fans as he played in every match for them during the Hero ISL 2020-21 season. Following a brief stint with Mirandes, the defender returned to Hyderabad FC.
Manoj Mohammed: Manoj Mohammad is a West Bengal-born Indian left-back who has played four seasons in the I-League with East Bengal FC and Mohammedan SC. He recently signed with Hyderabad FC ahead of the Hero ISL 2022-23 season.
Sahil Tevora: During his youth, Sahil Tavora participated in training camps at Liverpool FC and a second-division club in Brazil. He was a crucial player for the Goa-India team during the 2014 Lusofonia Games, where he scored a stunning goal against Macau. In 2016, Tavora made his Hero ISL debut with FC Goa and netted two goals. He joined Mumbai City FC for Hero ISL 2017-18, where he mostly featured as a substitute and made 8 appearances. Tavora then played two matches for Hyderabad FC during the 2019-20 season, before making 10 appearances in the 2020-21 Hero ISL season as an attacking midfielder.
Borja Herrera: Borja Herrera is a Spanish midfielder who predominantly operates on the left side of the midfield or defence. A technically gifted footballer, Herrera has played most of his career in Spain, with a season in Israel as well. Herrera joined Hyderabad FC ahead of the Hero ISL 2022-23 season.
Hailing from Kokrajhar in Assam, Halicharan Narzary began his career in 2010 with AIFF’s developmental side Indian Arrows. A move to Goan giants Dempo SC followed in 2013. He turned out for FC Goa and NorthEast United FC on loan in the Hero Indian Super League (Hero ISL) in 2014 and 2015 respectively. Thereafter he permanently joined NorthEast United FC ahead of Hero ISL’s third season.
He was the Highlanders’ first pick in the 2017-18 Hero ISL draft as he stayed in Guwahati for one more season before moving south to join Kerala Blasters FC in 2018. Narzary spent the latter half of his first season (2018-19) with the Blasters on loan with Chennaiyin FC before returning to the Kochi-based side and becoming a crucial part of the team under Eelco Schattorie in 2019-20. He joined Hyderabad FC ahead of the 2020-21 season.
EAST BENGAL FC
Naorem Mahesh Singh
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