Defending champions Chennai's FC are looking for their first win of the season when they host Mumbai City FC in the Indian Super League on Saturday.
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CFC have made their opening start to their defense in four matches in five games. They sit in the ninth spot of the points on points with just a draw from 0-0 draw with Delhi Dynamos.
Defending champions defending champions seem to be missing out on home, most of the fans and coach John Gregory are keen to tie their fingers to the back of midfield.
The absence of defender Dhanapal Ganesh, due to injury, damaged the team's plans and the victory that they had attempted to pay Inigo Calderon.
Meanwhile, AC Milan are keen to return to the defense of their Champions League defense.
Carlos Salom, who scored against ATK, preferred to slip his jacket Lalpekhlua in recent games. Wingers Thoi Singh and Isaac Vanmalsawma have started to demonstrate good performance for the team.
On Saturday, Gregory hopes the group will display something contrary to Mumbai, which is ranked sixth.
Meanwhile, Mumbai City FC has increased. The team has recovered well from the defeat to Delhi after losing 5-0 to FC Goa. Now they have seven points in five.
Arnold Isoko and Moudou Sougou met in Mumbai in Delhi, but the Portuguese coach, Jorge Costa, was expected to play.
Goalkeeper Ravi Kumar also played out of Amrinder Singh's escape and saved several wonderful trips to keep a clean paper.
Costa knew that the visitors would be working on Chennai, despite the defending champions not in the best form.
Gregory, on the other hand, expects to show a good performance from the players and he does not want to leave things behind. The first priority will be the players to return to winning ways and there is no better place in the home country.