Jamshedpur FC will host Bengaluru FC in match 15 of the Indian Super League (ISL), 2019-20 on November 3, 2019 (Sunday). Jamshedpur are flying high after recording two wins out of two in their opening games but Bengaluru on the other hand, are winless after two games. Jamshedpur have the upper hand in this fairly new ISL fixture. In head-to-head (H2H) records between the teams in their four matches, Jamshedpur have won twice, while Bengaluru have a solitary win. One match ended in a draw. Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC - Live Football Score, Match 15.
Bengaluru have struggled in front of the goal this season by scoring just once but Jamshedpur have had no such problems, scoring 5 goals in their two matches so far. Jamshedpur will again hope that forward Sergio Castel can continue his goal-scoring form. Bengaluru will need their captain fantastic Sunil Chhetri to be at his absolute best if they want to get something out of this game. BFC vs JFC Dream11 Prediction in ISL 2019–20: Tips to Pick Best Team for Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC, Indian Super League 6 Football Match.
Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC – February 27, 2019 – Jamshedpur Won 5-1
Semboi Haokip opened the scoring for the away side but after that Jamshedpur turned on the style and demolished Bengaluru 5-1. Pablo Morgado bagged a brace, while Agustin Fernandes, Micheal Soosiaraj and Carlos Calvo each scored one goal.
Bengaluru FC vs Jamshedpur FC – October 7, 2018 – Match Drawn 2-2
Goal by Nishu Kumar on half time was canceled out by Gourav Mukhi on the 81st minute. Suni Chhetri then put Bengaluru back in front but Sergio Cidoncha scored in stoppage time and ended this nail-biting encounter in a draw.
Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC – February 25, 2018 – Bengaluru Won 2-0
Miku penalty and Sunil Chhetri strike in the first half was enough to hand Bengaluru an important away victory. In the final minutes of the game Jamshedpur were reduced to 10-men when Mehtab Hossain was sent off.
Bengaluru FC vs Jamshedpur FC – December 21, 2017 – Jamshedpur Won 1-0
Bengaluru dominated the match from the very first whistle but were unable to break down this resolute Jamshedpur defence. The first-ever meeting between the two sides was decided by a stoppage-time penalty from Matheus Goncalves, which was enough for the away side to record a win.
Bengaluru will hope to get their winning-touch back from the last campaign and get this season’s first victory, while Jamshedpur will be eager to keep their winning run going by recording yet another win over the defending champions. Jamshedpur FC can go top of the points table with a victory today.