ISL 2017/18: Jamshedpur seek winning momentum against resurgent Delhi Dynamos
High on confidence after their spectacular victory over Kerala Blasters at house of their final match, Jamshedpur FC would look to construct a winning momentum after they tackle Delhi Dynamos in an Indian Super League fixture.
Having notched up 13 factors from 10 video games, Steve Coppell’s facet are at present in seventh place and have an opportunity to go inside touching distance of the highest 4 locations in the event that they beat Delhi Dynamos at JRD Tata Sports Complex.
But it won’t be a simple recreation against a resurgent Delhi facet, who’ve upset desk toppers Bengaluru FC of their earlier match.
“In football they say you are only good as your last game, and they beat Bengaluru FC. They like to go forward and that has sometimes left them vulnerable at the back. But I’m a big admirer of the way they play. So it’s a big challenge to stop them and hit them on the counter,” Coppell informed reporters on the pre-match press convention.
Coppell hinted his crew will attempt to play a counter attacking model of soccer.
“We are playing against a Delhi team which is very pleasing on the eye going forward. They are some very quick players going forward. But we’ll try to hit them on the counter,” he stated.
Jamshedpur FC even have some damage worries forward of the sport. Brazilian midfielder Trinadade Goncalves might once more miss out after struggling a foot damage.
“Trinadade has foot problem. He got kicked on the foot in Goa. He is probably touch and go for tomorrow’s game as well. But that I’ll decide tomorrow. Mehtab Hossain is fit,” stated Coppell.
Lillianzula Chhangte has been spectacular in Delhi’s previous few video games, and the younger man from Mizoram will likely be anticipated to place up one other good present against Jamshedpur.
But much more importantly, the win against Bengaluru has given Delhi the much-needed confidence, and their coach Miguel Angel Portugal couldn’t have requested for extra from his crew at this stage of the ISL.
“When you win, it’s the best confidence booster and for me it’s the best training,” he stated.
Talking concerning the opponents, Portugal stated, “I like their last match against Kerala. They played well. It’s definitely a good team. They have a good back four and a good striker. They also have two very fast wingers.”