The horns are coming back; If they win, it will be their fourth win in a row

The horns are coming back; If they win, it will be their fourth win in a row

After a break in the Hero Indian Super League, Kerala Blasters are back in action. Blasters will take on 10th-placed Jamshedpur A.F.C in the JRD on Sunday. It will be played at the Tata Sports Complex Stadium.

The Hornets, who are fifth in the points table after winning three matches in a row, can take fifteen points if they win Sunday’s game.

If Jamshedpur fails to find victory in the last four matches, it will be very difficult for them to advance in the league if they lose in Sunday’s match as well. Despite having superstars like Daniel Cheema, Harry Swire, Jay Emmanuel Thomas, Ishan Pandita, Komal Thattal etc., Jamshedpur are unable to pose any threat to their opponents.

The fans are looking at the poor performance of the team, who qualified for the 2022-23 Asian Champions League as the Shield Winners as last year’s group winners, with great disappointment.

Blasters, on the other hand, have learned from their early failures and are progressing by playing a team game with great unity.

Despite playing well, the poor performance in the midfield gave Blasters successive defeats. But the Blasters, who have recovered from the defeat, are showing better performances under the leadership of superstars Adrian Luna, Ivan Kalushni, Sahal Abdul Samad, KP Rahul and Dimitrios.

Blasters’ last match was against Hyderabad on November 19. Blasters won the match 1-0.

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