Durand Cup 2021: Group A: Mohammedan Sporting vs FC Bengaluru United – The table-toppers with six points each from two games, Mohammedan Sporting will lock horns with FC Bengaluru United. The two I-League clubs came into the tournament after a disappointing campaign in the last season. But both have sealed knockout stage berths.
The Bengaluru based club made their debut in Durand Cup with a win over 1-0 win over CRPF and followed it up with a 4-2 win over Indian Air Force. Mohammedan Sporting on the other hand have been at their attacking best, scoring nine goals in the tournament. They beat Indian Air Force 4-1 and followed that up with a 5-1 over CRPF.
Durand Cup 2021: With the qualifications sealed, both teams will be looking to rest players and give chance to the fringe ones. For Bengaluru United, the likes of Pedro Manzi and Sanju Pradhan could be rested while for Mohammedan, there could be chances for players who are not regular starters.
Mohammedan Sporting vs FC Bengaluru United live in Durand Cup: Mohammedan Sporting face FC Bengaluru United in top of the table clash, follow live updates
Where do I watch Mohammedan Sporting vs FC Bengaluru United live?
You can watch Mohammedan Sporting vs FC Bengaluru United live on Addatimes app.
Where do I live telecast Mohammedan Sporting vs FC Bengaluru United?
Unfortunately, there is no live telecast of Durand Cup 2021.
When and where is MSC vs FCBU match?
The match will start at 3 PM on September 14 in Kalyani Stadium in West Bengal.
Who are the key players in Mohammedan Sporting vs FC Bengaluru United?
Bengaluru United: Pedro Manzi, Subash Singh, Robin Gurung
Mohammedan Sporting: Balwinder Singh, Marcus Joseph, Nikola Stojanovic
What is the prize money at the 2021 Durand Cup?
Champions ₹40 Lakh
Runners-up ₹20 Lakh
Semi-finalists ₹5 Lakh
Durand Cup 2021: Bengaluru United Squad:
Debnath Mondal, Kunzang Bhutia, Melroy Fernandes, Srijith R, Anup Theres Raj, Arun Kumar D, Asraf Ali Mondal, Bedashwor Singh Laishram, Brandon Green, Chelston Brandon Pinto, Denil Rebello, Dharmaraj Ravanan, George D Souza, Hayden Hadson Fernandes, Jaison Jordon Vaz, Kinshuk Debnath, Kynsailang Khongsit, Luka Majcen, Mohammed Asrar Rehbar, Naro Hari Shrestha, Nihal Colaco, Pedro Javier Manzi, Rana Gharami, Robin Gurung, Ronaldo Oliveira, Sanju Pradhan, Shelton Paul M, Singam Subash Singh, Thokchom James Singh, Yumnam Gopi
Mohammedan Sporting squad:
Mithun Samanta (GK), Susnata Malik (GK), Arijeet Roy, Azaharuddin, Balwinder Singh, Brandon Vanlalremdika, Buam, Faisal Ali, Firoj Ali, Jaskaranpreet Singh, Kabir Toufik, Lalramchullova, Lalramhmunmawia, Malsawmzuala, Manoj Mohammad, Marcus Joseph, Milan Singh, Nikola Stojanovic, Sk Faiaz, Ridge Demello, Safiul Rahaman, Sanjib Ghosh, Shaher Shaheen, Stefan Ilic, Sujit Sadhu, Sushil Meitei, Wayne Vaz, Zothanmawia