Hero Indian Super League is on the way to its ending of 2014 edition. In the last league match of ISL, Northeast United FC will host the Mumbai City on 10th December 2014 at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati. Host are already out of the tournament while Mumbai need some miracle to make into the top four spots which is seeming impossible task. Both teams are at the bottom half of the table due to their poor form in the tournament, but in the last group match both teams will be looking to end the 2014 season with win.
Northeast United vs Mumbai City Preview, Probable Lineups
|Competition||Indian Super League 2014|
|Date||10 December 2014|
|Time||7.00 pm [IST], 1.30 pm [GMT]|
|Stadium||Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Guwahati|
|Home team||NorthEast United|
|Away team||Mumbai City|
|Broadcast & Telecast Channels||Star Sports 3 Asia, Star Sports 2 Asia SuperSport 9, Fox Soccer 2Go|
India: Star Sports 3 Asia, Star Sports 2 Asia Ghana: SuperSport 9 United States: Fox Soccer 2Go Singapore: Eurosport Asia Nigeria: SuperSport 9 Kenya: SuperSport9 Egypt: OSN Sports 1 / HD Cote d’Ivoire: SuperSport 9 Australia: Fox Sports Australia Bangladesh: Star Sports 3 Asia Canada: ATN Cricket Plus Saudi Arabia: OSN Sports 1 / HD United Arab Emirates: OSN Sports 1 / HD
Northeast United vs Mumbai City Match Preview
Possible lineups NorthEast United: Rehenesh, Sambou, Khongjee, Garcia, Capdevila, Mtonga, Pardo, Castro, Ralte, Doungel, Boro Mumbai City: Subrata, Deepak, Friedrich, Cmovs, Kottayil, Stohanzi, Letzelter, Ribeiro, Ralte, Subhash, Anelka NorthEast coach Rickie Herbert finds his team place bottom of the league and will be aiming to say goodbye home supporter this season with a superb victory. NorthEast have created many opportunities but biggest problem is that they have n’t converted into the goal most of time in this edition. Mumbai City FC look good on paper and have an outside of qualifying, but then need to pull off miraculous performance against hosts to get enter in the semifinals. They have to win the match with at least 12 goal difference. Peter Reid’s team will be high on confidence after their last win against Atletico de Kolkata and hoping for some miracle in the field when they take on NorthEast on Wednesday.