Match Details : –
Event :- Indian Super League 2016
Match :- Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa
Date :- Friday,21 Oct 2016
Time :- 19:00 IST
Venue :- Mumbai Football Arena
Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa Today’s Match Preview :-
Mumbai City FC (MCFC) will believe they let slip a chance to go top of the points table and get their first away win in ISL history against Delhi Dynamos in their previous match, leading 3-1 going into the last 15 minutes. It was a positive performance from them, though, as they continue to reveal a consistency rarely seen in Mumbai teams of the past two seasons.
FC Goa (FCG) were in danger of dropping way behind the other teams after losing their first three games, but they arrested that slide with a vital point away to Atletico de Kolkata, where former ATK man Jofre scored off the penalty spot in a 1-1 draw.
Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa Prediction 21 october 2016 :-
It was difficult to predict that which team will win this match of Indian Super League 2016 played on 21 Oct between Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa. But according to our prediction Mumbai City FC has more chances to win this match. Its only a prediction about the game, to know the real result of match please watch Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa live on 21st October.
Mumbai City FC :- 45% Chances to win
FC Goa :- 40% Chances to win
Draw :- 15% Chances
With just two points from their last three matches, Mumbai City FC’s bright start to the season has been brought to a screeching halt. On Friday, Mumbai have the perfect opportunity to regain lost momentum when they take on the struggling FC Goa at the Andheri Sports Complex. They head into the match knowing that they haven’t lost a match at home this season, and that a win would send them back to the top of the Indian Super League standings.
FC Goa Full Squad
Laxmikanth Kattimani (India), Subhashish Roy Chowdhury (India), Sukhdev Patil (India).
Denzil Michael Franco (India), Fulganco Cardozo (India), Luciano Sobrosa (Brazil), Debabrata Roy(India), Gregory Arnolin(France), Keenan Almeida (India), Lucio (Brazil), Rafael Dumas (Brazil), Raju Gaikwad (India),Sanjay Balmuchu (India).
Joffre Mateu Gonzalez (Spain), Mandar Rao Dessai (India), Romeo Fernandes (India), Sahil Tavora (India), Pratesh Shirokdar (India), Felisbino (Brazil), Trindade Goncalvez (Brazil).
Rafael Coelho Luiz (Brazil), Reinaldo Da Cruz Oliveira (Brazil), Robin Singh (India), Julio Cesar (Brazil).
Mumbai City FC Full Squad
Albino Gomes (India), Roberto Valpato Netto (Brazil), Amrinder Singh (India).
Aiborlang Khongjee (India), Anwar Ali (India), Gerson Vieira (Brazil), Lalhmangaihsanga Ralte (India), Lucian Goian (Romania), Facundo Cardozo (Argentina), Lalchhuanmawia Fanai (India), Munmun Lugun (India), Ashutosh Mehta (India).
Boithang Haokip (India), David Lalrinmuana (India), Jackichand Singh (India), Krisztian Vadocz (Hungary), Leo Costa (Brazil), Pronay Halder (India), Matias Defederico (Argentina), Otacilio Brito Alves (Brazil), Rakesh Oram (India), Shehnaz Singh (India),Sony Norde (Haiti).
Mumbai coach Alexandre Guimaraes was pleased with his team’s performance against Delhi despite the dropped points. He would have been particularly happy with the goal-scoring form of Sony Norde and Krisztian Vadocz. Norde’s return to the squad has lifted their performance, and the Haitian winger can single-handedly turn matches on their heads. His breakneck runs down the left flank and dangerous free-kicks can wreck havoc on the opposition’s defence.
Vadocz, who scored a brace in Mumbai’s last outing, has been one of their most consistent players this season. The towering central midfielder has played every minute of the Blues’ ISL 2016 campaign and has been a rock in the middle of the park. Combined with Matias Defederico, Mumbai have plenty of attacking firepower and will look to heap misery on FC Goa, who have conceded seven goals in their four matches so far.