Delhi Dynamos vs Kerala Blasters by Sors
Delhi Dynamos already have secured a place at the upcoming playoffs for the title, but the hosts still have chances to finish the regular season on top of the standings, which according to Roberto Carlos will be their main goal in the next two games against Kerala Blasters and Goa on Sunday.
Roberto Carlos managed to build a well-balanced team after his appointment as manager of Delhi Dynamos in July, whose main strength is definitely in defense, where the hosts can count on several experienced players in Toni Doblas (goalkeeper), John Arne Riise (def.), Chicao (def.), Anas Edathodika (def.), etc.
In the matter of fact, the attack is among the most inefficient in the league (13 goals), but now Delhi Dynamos will face an opponent with obvious problems in defense and what is also important to be noted: the hosts scored a season-high three goals against Pune City in their last match at this stadium on Nov. 19 (3-1) and two goals in the visit to North East United in the last round (2-1).
Very disappointing performance for Kerala Blasters this season, as the guests, who played the final in 2014, are on the last spot in the standings, with only three wins after thirteen rounds (3-3-7 19/24) and with only four points from the previous six away games against Atletico de Kolkata (1-2), Goa (1-2), Pune City (2-3), North East United (4-1), Chennaiyin (1-4) and Mumbai City (1-1).
Motivation of the players is under serious question, especially after the last match against Goa, in which this team showed awful play in defense (1-5/home).
Josu (m / 11+1) was sent off in the last round and will miss this match for Kerala Blasters, while the hosts will be bolstered by the return of key player like John Arne Riise (d / 11+1).
I think that Delhi Dynamos will manage to win three points from this match.
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