In I-League Round 14, Prayag United and Dempo are trying to get things back on track with a win while Pune FC, Churchill Brothers and East Bengal are waiting to pounce on any slip up from the champions.Ai??TheHardTackle takes a look at the matches and also at key tactical battles that could shape the results in the six matches to be played in this round.

Prayag United Ai??SC and Dempo SC targeting to bounce back from their woes

Ranti Martins - Will he score against his former club?

Ranti Martins – Will he score against his former club?

In the absence of Carlos Hernandez and Bello Rasaq, Prayag United bit the dust against Sporting Club de Goa in last round. They will be looking to bounce back fromAi??theirAi??woes against the struggling defending champions Dempo in Kolkata. Foreigners Kayne Vincent and Bello Rasaq will miss the action once again while world cupper Carlos Hernandez isn’t sure of making it for the crucial clash. That leaves the lone warrior Ranty Martins, the only player who has justified the hefty price tag on his name to take the game to the champions. Vineeth CK has an important role defensively as well as offensively, he needs to close down the players quickly to prevent the short passing game and also need to provide theAi??goal-scoringAi??threat to support Ranti Martins. Poor discipline hasn’t helped Prayag in their pursuit so far and last week MP Sakeer joined the culprits list. Prayag’s chances will rest with the likes of Subrata Pal, Gourmangi Singh, Deepak Mondal in preventing the Dempo attacks and if they are successful then Ranti Martins can lead them to a victory.

Dempo SC players are looking short on confidence and their short passing game wasn’t visible in the last few outings. Armando Colaco and his boys were known for their possession based short passing game which lead them to an unparalleled 5 titles in the past. But Pune FC wrecked their ship two weeks back with an immaculate display and since then the Goans are chasing shadows. Dempo SC still finds themselves on top of the table, but the chasing trio of Churchill Brothers, East Bengal and Pune FC are hot on their heels and the champions Dempo are not in a position to afford anymore slips. Their last outing produced a goalless draw with Mumbai FC and Armando was happy with a point in a game dominated by the opposition. Koka Sakibo needs to step up to fulfill the big void left by Ranti Martins as Dempo striking looked clueless when their short and quick passing game is stopped in their tracks. Prayag United is in similar disarray and this will be the perfect opportunity for the champions to get things back on track.

Churchill Brothers looking to pounce on Dempo’s slip ups as Shillong Lajong visits them

Churchill Brothers have scored 11 goals in their last two outings which includes an 8-4 win against Sporting Club De Goa. As the scoreline indicates Churchill Brothers defence isn’t waterproof, so their first task will be to plug the holes in their defence while maintaining the same attacking rhythm. Bineesh Balan, Beto, Roberto Silva, Akhram Moghrabi all are in fine goal scoring form and once on song it will be very difficult to stop the Goans from creating pandemonium in opposition defence. Steven Dias, Lenny Rodriguez, Denzil Franco and Bineesh Balan will be giving it their all to impress the national selectors well ahead of Palestine friendly . Churchill Brothers are hot on the heels of Dempo and will be looking to capitalize on any slip ups from the champions. When the top spot is within their reach, Churchill Brothers will give it their all to make it their own and taking clue from their last outings another rout is in the offing against the north eastern outfit.

Shillong Lajong are coming in the aftermath of successive defeats against ONGC and Pune FC. A herculean mountain is in-front of their direct footballing philosophies as Churchill Brothers are a good attacking force with players taking their turns to outshine each other. Desmond Bulpin’s side will not be able to negate the threat of Churchill Brothers by man marking one or two players. A perfect team game is required from the north eastern outfit to earn points in this crucial away fixture. There are a few openings in Churchill’sAi??defense andAi??if Lajong boys can deliver killerAi??punches utilizing the gaps then the game will become more interesting for the neutrals. Shillong Lajong’s impressive goalkeeper Lalthuammawia Ralte will sit out this match due to suspension and penalty hero Basant Singh will be responsible for dealing with the Churchill Brothers threats. Sushil Kumar Singh will be hoping to register a goal or two under his name against the leaky Churchill BrothersAi??defenseAi??which will help him in the national team reckoning as well.

Pune FC looking to maintain their title challenge at the expense of United Sikkim

Can Pune FC find a way past Yoon Tae?

Can Pune FC find a way past Yoon Tae?

United Sikkim FC are yet to acclimatize to the I-League demands as they are finding themselves at the last spot after Salgaocar won against Air India. Even amidst the diversities, United Sikkim’s custodian Yoon Tae has excelled under the bars. He is ably supported by captain Anwar Ali and Sandesh Jhingan but their midfield and strike force isn’t top division material. Linekar Machado and Nicholas Rodriguez might be exceptions, but an off-day for one of the two midfield lynch-pins orAi??profligacyAi??infront of goal from Bhutia, Nurudeen Salau and Nima Tamang means forgettable days for United Sikkim FC. When an inform team like Pune FC visits the snow lions, they cannot afford any slip-ups and a bullet proof performance is required from all their players to pull off the surprise. It remains to be seen whether Yoon Tae will keep the Red Lizards at bay in the picturesque north eastern stadium.

Pune FC on the other hand are coming into this fixture with confidence sky high and a title challenge at full throttle. After their uncharacteristic draw against United Sikkim in the reverse fixture, the tables turned around for Pune FC as they are coming into this fixture after victories in their last four outings. The likes of James Moga, Jeje Lalpekhula, Subhash Signh and Khanthang Phaite will face a tough test in the form of Yoon Tae and hisAi??defenseAi?? Pune FC with Ai??their current form might consider this as a cake walk, but they need to display the same enthusiasm and hard work to maintain their title challenge as their are no easy points. Captain Dohou Pierre has been a sensation this season and with support arriving in the form of Arata Izumi and Nishig Daisuke they are expected to boss the midfield. Like majority of teams in I-League, Pune FCAi??defenseAi??is vulnerable while their attacks are far more superior. If the Red Lizards are able to keep their forte while raiding the opposition banks then 3 points are up for grabs.

Can Air India recover from thrashing to knockdown Sporting Club?

Air India suffered a heavy thrashing at the hands of Salgaocar in their last outing and itAi??remainsAi??to be seen if they recover on time to knock down Sporting Club de Goa who are coming after a brilliant win against Prayag United. Air India were battered left, right and center at Mapusa, where they couldn’t even get hold of the game as Salgaocar put the game to bed within half an hour. Pilots need to wake up from their bad dream as a new year has arrived and so has a new opposition. When these two sides met in Goa, Air India emerged victorious and that will be a confidence booster for the pilots. Air India needs to shore up theirAi??defenseAi??as Sporting Ai??Club has notched up 7 goals in their last two outings, so it will be important to address the pilots defensive worries before taking field against the Goans. After the reverse, their will be more burden on Henry Ezeh, Micky Fernandez and M Pradeep to help the team to recover from their slumber to stay clear of the relegation battle.

Sporting Club de Goa has maintained good goal scoring record after their reverse against Air India last month. With 9 goals in their last 3 outings, Sporting strike force is on fine form and they will be looking to add more misery on the pilots in their revenge mission. Ogba Kalu and Joseph Perreira are their main threats while the strike force includes good performers Dawson Fernandez and Vicotrino Fernandez. Air India needs to prevent them from scoring to get something out of the game. Spanish coach Ozcar Bruzon Barreras has turned things around for the Goans and they are Ai??playing with new found resilience and confidence now. This match will present them an opportunity to escape from the relegation trouble while on the other hand a loss for either teams will keep them in the relegation mix for upcoming matches. Nigerian Midfielder Ogba Kalu is their star man and if he can maintain the same form points are in the offing for the goans.

Rejuvenated Salgoacar and title challengers East Bengal aiming for 3 points

Can he inspire East Bengal to another win?

Can he inspire East Bengal to another win?

Salgaocar welcomes new year after their best performance in I-League this season. Relegation threatened side thrashed Air India by 4 goals in their last encounter in a game they completely dominated. Defenders Augustine Fernandez and Milagres Gonsalves were the star performers at Duler Stadium. Salgaocar played with a lone foreigner in last outing and the Indian contingent rose to the occasion to put their campaign back on track. Salgaocar are up against the meanestAi??defenseAi??in I-League, and even though they notched up 4 in their last outing goals were coming hardly till then. Even now 11 goals from 12 games isn’t good return for any team at a time when players like Messi and Ronaldo scores more goals then the whole Salgaocar team.Ai??ComparativelyAi??SalgaocarAi??defenseAi??has stood its ground apart from a few glitches, so they will be hoping to capitalize on their strength while hoping to breach the meanestAi??defenseAi??in I-League.

East Bengal got the better of a spirited resistance from Pailan Arrows while keeping theirAi??defenseAi??intact. East Bengal came back to winning ways after two successive defeats. Till now they conceded a paltry 4 goals and theAi??oppositionsAi??has found it difficult to break. Even though strike force boasts names such as Edeh Chidi, Robing Singh and Manandeep Singh they couldn’t find a way into the opponents goal with regularity. Opportunism and betterAi??conversionAi??rate helped the Kolkata giants East Bengal to come out victorious in a hard fought match against Pailan Arrows. East Bengal were inspired by its captain Sanju Pradhan’s return from injury and his performance can make theAi??difference in the upcoming tie as well. East Bengal possess a good squad and this Ai??gives the option of keeping players fresh and fit for the crucial encounters. They have managed the resources well and the players are eager to pounce upon the opportunities coming their way, a positive indicator when the team is involved in the title race. The red and gold will be hoping for another 3 points as they welcomes a rejuvenated Salgaocar side.

ONGC hoping to build on home form and Pailan Arrows losing streak

TheAi??institutionalAi??side has always been in the mix of relegation from the start of I-League. EvenAi??midstAi??relegation battle they have maintained an enviable home record to trouble theAi??favoritesAi??every now and then. After shifting their base from Mumbai to Delhi, they have utilized the home advantage to their maximum. ONGC are on an unbeaten run now and their last defeat came in the reverse fixture at Kolkata where Pailan Arrows emerged victorius by 4 goals to 1. Delhi football fanatics wont be surprised if Katsumi Yusa inspired side turn the tables against Pailan Arrows. Goalkeeper Rehneesh TP has been impressive behind the sticks in last few outings and one would expect him to shut the shop against the faltering young strikers. ONGC were unlucky to settle for a point against United Sikkim as they created more chances but lack of cutting edge cost them more points. Santhosh Kashyap will be hoping to grab maximum points in this encounter against the faltering Pailan Arrows youngsters at their own den.

Pailan Arrows has tasted defeats in their last 3 encounters, even though they put up a more than decent fight and spirited resistance. Their tactical flexibility and positional awareness have improved a lot while their lack of finishing skills is becoming a problematic area. This team is controlling the possession and winning the battle in most part of the field, but their profligacy infront of goal means that they are still a work in progress. The developmental side is showing the right signs of development and progress, but they need to be more clinical infront of goal to achieve results. In football goals wins you matches and it is in this area where the youngsters lacks, with just 13 goals scored from 12 outings. Holicharan Narzary, Malswamfela and Alwyn George need to step up and rise to the occasion to put matches to bed with clinical finishing. Their overall game is good and gives us a lot of hope, but there is no point given based on how you play. Score goals and win matches, a bright future is awaiting for the youngsters across India.

Predictions

Prayag United SC 1 – 2 Dempo SC

Churchill Brothers 3 – 1 Shillong Lajong FC

United Sikkim FC 0 – 2 Pune FC

Air India 2 – 3 Sporting Club De Goa

Salgaocar 0 – 1 East Bengal

ONGC 2 – 2 Pailan Arrows
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