Bengaluru FC will host Chennaiyin FC in Match 20 of the Indian Super League, 2019-20 on November 10, 2019(Sunday). Bengaluru are struggling to find their form at the start of the season as they haven’t won a game this campaign and are seventh in the table. Chennaiyin FC, on the other hand, have lost two out of the three games played so far and are at the bottom of the ISL points table. In head-to-head record between the teams in their last five matches, Chennaiyin hold the upper hand with three victories while Bengaluru have won twice. The teams met in the finals of the 2018 season where Chennaiyin emerged as victorious. Bengaluru FC Vs Chennaiyin FC - Live Football Score, Summary.
Both teams are struggling in front of the goal this season as Bengaluru have managed just one goal while Chennaiyin are yet to score a goal this campaign. Blues striker Manuel Onwu has found it difficult to fill-in the vacant spot left by departing Miku as he only managed his first shot target in his last match. This will be Chennaiyin’s second away match of the season after two successive home games. CFC vs BFC Dream11 Prediction in ISL 2019–20: Tips to Pick Best Team for Bengaluru FC vs Chennaiyin FC, Indian Super League 6 Football Match.
Chennaiyin FC vs Bengaluru FC – February 9, 2019 – Chennaiyin Won 2-1
Bengaluru, as expected, dominated the possession stats in the game but it was the team from Chennai who came away with an important win. Jeje Lalpekhula and Gregory Nelson put the home side 2-0 ahead before the break. Bengaluru captain Sunil Chhetri got one back for the away side but it turned out to be a consolation goal.
Bengaluru FC vs Chennaiyin FC – September 30, 2018 – Bengaluru Won 1-0
Chennaiyin had the lion’s share of possession in this match and also had more attempts on goal than the home side. But a superb strike just before half-time by the Venezuelan Miku was enough for the home side to earn a crucial win.
Bengaluru FC vs Chennaiyin FC – March 17, 2018 – Chennaiyin Won 3-2
The 2018 ISL final, was one of the most entertaining finals in the Indian Super League history. Sunil Chhetri opened the scoring in the ninth minute only for Bengaluru to concede three goals without reply. Miku then scored in injury time but it was too little too late for Bengaluru at that stage.
Chennaiyin FC vs Bengaluru FC – February 6, 2018 – Bengaluru Won 3-1
Bengaluru got off the blocks quickly as they opened the scoring in the second minute through Boithang Haokip but Francis Fernandes brought the home team back on level terms ten minutes before half time. Miku put the away side in front after the hour-mark before Captain Sunil Chhetri sealed the win with a goal in injury time.
Bengaluru FC vs Chennaiyin FC – December 17, 2017 – Chennaiyin Won 2-1
Jeje Lalpekhula shocked Bengaluru when he opened the scoring in the fifth minute. Bengaluru dominated the entire game before finding an equaliser in the 85th minute but Dhanpal scored in the dying minutes of the game and took the game away from the home side.
The first South Indian Derby of the campaign may be a cagey affair as both the teams are struggling to find their feet this season and as a result, are in bottom three in the points table. The Blues are undefeated this season but are yet to win a game and will be eager to change this against Chennaiyin.