I-League: Upbeat Churchill Brothers take on Mohun Bagan

football_reuters-fb759 Churchill looked a remade side after Derrick Pereira took over a reigns in a second phase.

After securing their second win to pierce out of a bottom of points table, Churchill Brothers would demeanour to register nonetheless another feat during home when they take on Mohun Bagan in an I-League compare during Tilak Stadium.

Churchill, who had struggled in a initial proviso to remain at a bottom of a table, looked a remade side after Derrick Pereira took over a reigns in a second phase.

After losing to Minerva Punjab FC 4-5, they came back strongly to measure their second win during home opposite DSK Shivajians that took them to eighth place after fibbing during a bottom.

There has been good coordination between a midfield and the strikers that saw Churchill measure 7 goals in a final dual matches. The counterclaim too looked good in a final compare as they kept their line-up clean.

But on Saturday, they will be underneath vigour opposite a likes of Sony Norde, Balwant Singh, Darryl Duffy and Jeje Lalpekhlua who scored a double opposite Valencia of Maldives to bind a berth in a AFC Cup organisation stage.

Churchill’s success will mostly count on how their midfield function. Chesterpoul Lyngdoh and Brandon Fernandes have played good on a flanks and need to put some-more pressure on a opposition counterclaim comprising of Pritam Kotal, Eduardo Ferreira, Ana Edathodika who demeanour stone plain and will be looking to keep their dominant run intact.

Striker Anthony Wolfe and Kromah, who scored a idea each in a final match, will one again has to come adult with their best to beam a group a win.

Churchill manager Derrick Pereira was happy with a approach his boys have responded in a final dual matches.

“The boys has given good comment in a final compare opposite DSK Shivajians that we won convincingly after going down fighting opposite Minerva Punjab. Hope a boys continue to keep on a good work and kick Mohun Bagan,” settled Pereira.

Mohun Bagan come into this compare with a win against Velencia Maldives and now will be looking to keep their dominant run going in this tournament. They are now concerned in a penetrating scuffle with East Bengal for a tip mark and are 3 points behind a leaders.

Mohun Bagan manager Sanjoy Sen knows that his side can't means to remove matches during this stage.

“It is going to be a tough compare opposite a Goan side who are upbeat after violence DSK Shivajians. We need to remain more focussed and not restored after remaining dominant in this tournament,” settled Sen.