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2017/2018 Season

4 FC Pune City 9 3 6 30
5 Jamshedpur 7 5 6 26
6 Kerala Blast 6 7 5 25
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Football-crazy Jamshedpur all set for ISL debut

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Five surprise picks in India's probables for four-nation tournament

What do two near-rookies, one Spain-trained striker from Kerala, one of the best performers in domestic football over the past season, and a goalkeeper who has effectively just had 172 minutes of competitive football have in common?

They are five of the left-of-field picks by India coach Stephen Constantine, who announced a 30-member squad of probables for the four-nation international tournament -- featuring hosts India, Kenya, New Zealand and Chinese Taipei -- that Mumbai is likely to host in June,...

ISL playoff scenarios: Goa, Kerala and Jamshedpur in contention for final berth

Jamshedpur's match against Goa on March 4 will most likely become a virtual quarterfinal.
Jamshedpur's match against Goa on March 4 will most likely become a virtual quarterfinal.

Delhi Dynamos beat Mumbai City FC 5-1 in New Delhi in the Indian Super League (ISL) on Tuesday, knocking the latter out of contention for the playoffs and making sure that Chennaiyin FC (29 points) joined Bengaluru FC (37) and FC Pune City (29) in this season's playoffs.

This now leaves three teams -- Jamshedpur FC (26), Kerala Blasters (25) and FC Goa (24) -- in contention for the last spot in the top four. Three matches, beginning with Goa hosting defending champions ATK in Margao on Wednesday...

ISL wrap: Brown follows Berbatov; Rafi rescues Chennaiyin

Wes Brown celebrates after scoring against NorthEast United.
Wes Brown celebrates after scoring against NorthEast United.

The past week of the Indian Super League (ISL) saw Wes Brown star for Kerala Blasters, Bengaluru FC held to a draw for the first time this season, Mohammed Rafi save Chennaiyin, and more.

Brown's first ISL goal

After Dimitar Berbatov last time around, it was his former Manchester United teammate Wes Brown's turn to star for Kerala Blasters this week. Brown nodded in a powerful angled header against NorthEast United for his first ISL goal and the 1-0 win revived Kerala's playoff hopes.

In many...

ICYMI: Dominant BFC; Berbatov off the mark in style

Bengaluru FC (BFC) made the biggest statement in the past week of the Indian Super League (ISL), becoming the first team to confirm their playoff berth. Chennaiyin FC and FC Goa both find themselves with some work to do before they can join Bengaluru, while this season's biggest draw as player finally got on the score sheet, and did so in some style.

Berba checks in

Dimitar Berbatov (extreme left) celebrates after scoring a goal against ATK.
Berbatov's first ISL goal was one to remember

ATK played a thrilling but scrappy 2-2 draw against Kerala Blasters, bringing interim coach Ashley Westwood his first points since...

Weekly wrap: Jamshedpur continue to roll as Goa's concerns multiply

Kerala Blasters' CK Vineeth celebrates scoring the winner against Pune City.'

A dramatic late winner by a man getting used to pulling it off for his club and one team's new coach putting it past their old one despite getting reduced to 10 men were the highlights of the week that was in the Indian Super League (ISL), where none of the matches saw the home side win.

Bend it like Vineeth

It took CK Vineeth a month into the new season to register his first goal for Kerala Blasters, the team he had revived from a dismal start to take within one penalty kick of their maiden ISL...