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2018/2019 Season

1 Bengaluru 10 4 3 34
2 FC Goa 9 4 4 31
3 Mumbai City 9 3 5 30
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Indian Super League playoffs scenarios: Which teams will take the two remaining spots?

Bengaluru and Goa have confirmed their places in the ISL playoffs, but there's still four teams fighting it out for the two remaining spots. Who can get there and how?


Bengaluru FC (31 from 16)

Remaining: Goa (h) - Feb 21, Jamshedpur (a) - Feb 27

Jamshedpur's defeat to Pune on Saturday confirmed Bengaluru's place in the last four. While they'd still want to finish top, they can afford to experiment and rest a few regulars in their remaining fixtures. Delhi Dynamos have been irresistible...

Bengaluru better with Carles Cuadrat's 'safety first' approach: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu turned in a player-of-the-match performance against NorthEast United FC during in Bengaluru on Wednesday, notching up nine saves in Bengaluru FC's 2-1 win. Sandhu feels all of BFC's regular season would come to nought if they are unable to do well in the playoffs, though.

"When you are playing the league, you want to finish first, but at the end of the day it doesn't matter. And that's what we learned," he said, reflecting on the 2017-18 season, when BFC finished eight points...

ISL W2W4: BFC target invincibility, Pune welcome Phil Brown

Bengaluru FC train ahead of the AFC Cup clash vs Altyn Asyr.
Bengaluru FC are unbeaten and at the top of the table

After a five-week break, the Indian Super League is back in action, with a number of high-profile clashes. As the runaway leaders, Bengaluru FC are all but through to the playoffs, but the remaining three spots are still up for grabs.

Can Nelo Vingada win Blasters' fans over?

Nelo Vingada has had a lot of success in his career. His last major triumph, though, came in 2010, when he led FC Seoul to the K-League title. Since then, he has managed 86 matches - for Chinese club Dalian Shide, the Iran...

Chencho Gyeltshen's spectacular strike could mark the start of something special at Bengaluru

Chencho Gyeltshen scores with an acrobatic effort for Bengaluru against NorthEast.
Chencho scores with an acrobatic effort for Bengaluru against NorthEast.

Two minutes into injury time against NorthEast United in Guwahati on Wednesday, Bhutan's Chencho Gyeltshen soared in the air, turned his body upside down and met Sunil Chhetri's header near the NorthEast penalty spot with a precise back-volley to salvage a point that maintained Bengaluru's unbeaten start to the Indian Super League (ISL) season.

Yet, this wasn't the only reason this goal was special. It points to a bigger role Chencho can play for Bengaluru for the rest of the season. In fact, the...