Mumbai City FC host Odisha FC in Match 12 of the Hero Indian Super League (ISL), 2019-20 on October 31, 2019 (Thursday) at the Mumbai Football Arena in their first home game of the season. Mumbai did well to get four points from their opening two away games and will be looking to capitalize on this fine start with a win at home against Odisha, who faced defeats in both of their matches. This will be their first-ever meeting in ISL. Meanwhile, let us have a look at the key players for this MCFC vs ODS ISL encounter. Mumbai City FC Vs Odisha FC - Live Football Score, Match 12.
The Islanders are playing some terrific football in ISL6 with their defence playing a crucial part in the unbeaten streak. Mumbai City are yet to concede a goal this season. Mumbai will be without defender Mato Grgic and midfielder Souvik Chakrabarti while Odisha will miss the presence of Carlos Delgado, who was sent-off in the previous match. Mumbai keeper Amrinder Singh has been in spectacular form this season along with forward Amine Chermiti. Odisha need midfielder Xisco Hernandez to be at his best if they want to get a positive result. MCFC vs ODS Dream11 Prediction in ISL 2019–20: Tips to Pick Best Team for Mumbai City FC vs Odisha FC.
Amrinder Singh (Mumbai City FC)
This season Mumbai City have a solid defensive unit led by goalkeeper Amrinder Singh, who is yet to concede a goal this season. They will be eager to keep this run going against Odisha in their first home game in ISL 6. Amrinder has made some spectacular saves, none better than the stoppage-time save from Bartholomew Ogbeche of Kerala Blasters to earn his side an important away victory. A lot will be expected from Amrinder in this match as he will be in search of another clean sheet.
Xisco Hernandez (Odisha FC)
Xisco Hernandez had the most number of assists last season for champions Bengaluru FC. He scored in the last match against NorthEast United and will be looking to replicate some similar feat against Mumbai. Odisha will need him in top form if they want to stop the trend of two consecutive losses and get their first points.
Amine Chermiti (Mumbai City FC)
Mumbai City signed the Tunisian from Saudi Arabian club Al-Fayha. He started the first game for Mumbai and scored the winning goal against Kerala Blasters. The Tunisian is an experienced campaigner as he has played for teams like Hertha BSC and FC Zurich just to name a few. He will be looking to use his experience and help Mumbai City to get an important win.
Mumbai City will fancy their chances against a struggling Odisha outfit, who are yet to record a win this season. The islanders will go on top of the Indian Super League (ISL) points table with a victory, while Odisha will be eager to get a maiden win under their belt and put their season back on track.