Bengaluru FC are set to face NorthEast United FC at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in the Indian Super League (ISL) 2023-24. Bengaluru FC has only won one game out of six this season, and they are looking to pick up a victory away from home after a slow start, mirroring last season’s beginning.
While the Highlanders have been performing well at home, securing two wins out of three games so far, Bengaluru FC will try to turn their fortune around with a win on the road.
What’s at stake?
NorthEast United FC’s head coach, Juan Pedro Benali, has been instrumental in leading the team to a top-six position in the campaign.
The home advantage in Guwahati has been a key factor, and NorthEast United FC aims to build on that momentum against Bengaluru FC.
Simon Grayson, Bengaluru FC’s coach, aims to get the team back on track and help new players adapt to the club’s style after two international breaks.
Parthib Gogoi (NorthEast United FC)
Parthib Gogoi, an attacker for NorthEast United FC, will look to make an impact with his impressive shooting abilities. He plays a key role in their offensive moves and aims to rediscover his goal-scoring form.
Suresh Singh Wangjam (Bengaluru FC)
Suresh Singh Wangjam is crucial to Bengaluru FC’s defense and initiating offensive moves with creative passing.
Played – 14
Bengaluru FC – 8
NorthEast United FC – 2
Draws – 4
Trivia: Parthib Gogoi has scored the most goals (5) from outside the 18-yard box in ISL history.
Both teams’ coaches have expressed the challenges and the determination to secure three points in the upcoming fixture.
Bengaluru FC head coach, Simon Grayson, acknowledged the opposition’s strength and emphasized the importance of performing at their best level to secure a win.