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Pune City versus Delhi Dynamos Match Preview, Team News, Lineups


Indian Super League (ISL)

When:February 24, 2019, 07:30 PM, IST

Where: Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex

Limit: 22,000


Two groups with their tails immovably up will be against one another when Pune City have Delhi Dynamos in the ordinary season Indian Super League coordinate at Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, in Balewadi, Mahalunge, Pune, on Sunday evening (IST).

Pune City on the up!

The group has seen two administrative changes this season, and Phil Brown is the third man to pull the string for the club on the football pitch.

Miguel Ángel Portugal was sacked after two annihilations in the initial three amusements. It was extremely cruel on the director who should have been given more opportunity to execute his logic in the group. On the in addition to side, it tells about the desire of the proprietors who need to make the playoffs, and perhaps bring the group into Asia.

Pune named Pradyum Reddy as their guardian chief and the group did sensibly well under his tutelage. In any case, a lot of irregularity implies the Punekars were never truly in conflict for the postseason.

The previous Hull City chief Phil Brown is presently in charge and he has unquestionably had an effect. In his initial four-amusement, Pune have won twice and drawn the other two. The apparatus list was not amiable using any and all means as Pune needed to confront the preferences ATK, Jamshedpur, and NorthEast United in the last 3 recreations.

Josep Gombau – Lucky or meriting?

With Pune sacking their administrator from the get-go in the season, they set the ball moving for the supervisors, featuring the way that chiefs have the satisfy the base guidelines.

In any case, the equivalent can't be said about Delhi Dynamos. Truth be told, the manner in which the club has continued on ahead astonishments football fans and savants alike.

The establishment from the capital went on a 11-diversion winless streak directly from the beginning of the competition. The gossipy tidbits about his conceivable sacking were mongering however nothing occurred and the club chose to stay with him.

Presently it looks as though it was a decent choice as Dynamos have won multiple times in the last five recreations, including a 3-2 spine chiller against the powerful Bengaluru FC.

Be that as it may, the club was long out of the playoff picture and that remaining parts the case right now. However, the club can in any case complete as high as 6th on the table, which is more than tasteful thinking about where Delhi were on the table.

Late structure (Last six matches)

Pune City – W D W D

Delhi Dynamos – L W D W

DDFC versus FCPC Dream11 TEAM NEWS: Injuries and Suspensions

Pune City versus Delhi Dynamos Team News:

Pune City:

Harmed – No Pune player is relied upon to miss the diversion with damage.

Suspended – None.

Faulty – None.

Note: To support the group's odds, star playmaker Marcelinho will be accessible for choice and is relied upon to begin the match. The 31-year-old Brazilian missed the last amusement because of a suspension in the wake of getting his fourth yellow card of the period against Jamshedpur FC. Jonathan Vila could be the player clearing a path for him in the playing 11.

Also, focus back Matt Mills fell off the seat in the last match and could begin the amusement.

Key Players – Marcelinho, Robin Singh, Iain Hume

Delhi Dynamos:

Harmed – Twenty-six-year-old Indian midfielder Bikramjit Singh stays out because of damage.

Suspended – None right now.

Flawed – None.

Note: Adrià Carmona made an arrival from damage in the last amusement and is in dispute to begin the diversion. Ulises Dávila has had an effect since joining the group and he will be one of the primary names on the sheet.

Key Players – Ulises Dávila, Lallianzuala Chhangte

DDFC versus FCPC Dream11 Playing 11 – (Probable) –

Pune City– Kamaljit Singh (GK), Sahil Panwar, Martín Díaz, Sarthak Golui, Ashique Kuruniyan, Marko Stanković, Adil Khan, Diego Carlos, Jonathan Vila, Iain Hume, Robin Singh

Delhi Dynamos– Francisco Dorronsoro (GK), Rana Gharami, Gianni Zuiverloon, Martí Crespí, Narayan Das, Vinit Rai, Marcos Tébar, Nanda Kumar, Ulises Dávila, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Shubham Sarangi


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