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After their impressive 1-0 win against Kerala Blasters in the 2019 ISL campaign opener, Mumbai City FC is all set to take on two-time title lifters Chennaiyin FC in their next match on Sunday. In the eighth match of Indian Super League season six, Mumbai squad will battle against the hosting team Chennai at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium with the same winning momentum.

With brilliant players like Paulo Machado, Modou Sougou, Rowllin Borges and Raynier Fernandes in the team, the visitors are very much confident about their next performance against former champions. While on the other side, hosts are also looking quite hopeful to have an amazing start with stalwarts Jeje Lalpekhlua and Rafael Crivallero in the forthcoming battle.

It will be interesting to see whether the Mumbai City FC will be able to keep its winning momentum alive in the upcoming game against Chennaiyin FC or the hosts will turn the waves in their favour at the home soil.

Match Details

Date: October 27th, 2019, Sunday

Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai

Timings: 7:30 PM (IST)

Live telecast

The worth-watching encounter of Indian Super League 2019-20 between two equally strong squads Chennaiyin FC and Mumbai City FC will be broadcasted live on Star Sports networks. The match will be telecasted live on these channels; Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 HD Hindi, Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD. Not only this, the online live streaming of the game will be available on the Hotstar app.

Head-on-head records

Both Chennaiyin FC and Mumbai City FC have played six encounters in Indian Super League editions so far. Out of these six matches, Chennaiyin squad clinched three games so far while Mumbai boys came out with only two victories. Remaining one match between both the squads has been leveled up.


Chennaiyin FC: Karanjit Singh, and Sanjiban Ghosh, Eli Sabia, Hendry Antonay, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Malison, Renthlei Laldinliana, Tondonba Singh, and Zohmingliana, Andrea Orlandi, Anirudh Thapa, Chris Herd, Francis Fernandes, Germanspreet Singh, Gregory Nelson, Hlocharan Narzary, Isaac Vanmalsawma, Raphael Augusto, and Thoi Singh, Jeje Lalpekhula, Carlos Salom, and Mohammed Rafi

Mumbai City FC: Amrinder Singh, Kunal Sawant, Ravi Kumar, Anwar Ali, Arnold Issoko, Joyner Lourenco, Lucian Goian, Marko Klisura, Sanjay Balmuchu, Souvik Chakraborty, Sbashish Bose, Bipin Singh, Matias Mirabaje, Milan Singh, Modou Sougou, Mohammed Rafique, Paulo Machado, Raynier Fernandes, Sanju Pradhan, Sehnaj Singh, Vignesh Dakshinamurthy, Alen Deory, Pranjal Bhumij, and Rafael Bastos