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Hyderabad FC beat Kerala Blasters at Gachibowli Stadium

IPL ... BPL ... Pro Kabaddi is now on the same path to entertain another league Hyderabadi. The Indian Super League (ISL) is set to open in Hyderabad. The ISL Hyderabad FC matches are scheduled to start at Gachibowli Stadium on Saturday.

Hyderabad FC are set to play their first match in the Indian Super League (ISL) football tournament for the first time. As part of the tour, Kerala will face the Blasters at the GMC Balyogi Stadium in Gachibowli on Saturday. Hyderabad FC, who lost in the first two matches, have been insistent on Bonnie.
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Defeat both
Defeat in both matches
Hyderabad has a special place in the history of football. But that's the past. In their first match of the season, Atletico lost 0-5 to Kolkata and Jamshedpur FC in the second match 1-3. There is no doubt that Manchi kicks off their first victory at home at this time.

Winning is not easy
Winning is not easy

However, the victory over Kerala Blasters may not be so easy. Because the Hyderabad defense is weak. Due to injuries, key players such as Rogerio Silva (Bobo), Giles Barnes and Rafael Gomez are likely to miss the match. The burden of Saturday's match will be on Marcellinope.

Marcelino is the key

Marcelino, who won the Golden Boot award for the 2016 season, reportedly scored the goal in the last match. Kerala Blasters, on the other hand, has lost two matches so far in the season. The team, who lost to Mumbai FC in the last match, will be coming off a goal against Hyderabad.
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Bartholomew, captain of the Kerala Blasters team, will be key to the Obeb team. Blasters are also suffering from injury, but the team looks better than Hyderabad. Tickets for this match are available at Ticket prices range from Rs. 100, Rs. 300, Rs. 500, Rs. 1000, Rs. Determined as 1500s.

Opportunity to attend in large numbers
Fans can attend in large numbers

Tickets worth Rs.300 were sold out. The match is expected to be attended by a large number of fans. At a media briefing on Friday, Hyderabad coach Phil Brown said: "We have been working very hard to get in the groove. We have been cruising since the league started. There is Do not worry.

Details of teams:

Kerala Blasters FC: Bilal Hussain Khan (Goalkeeper), Mohammed Rakip, Zyro Rodrigues, Gianni Juerlone, Jing, Jessel Carnaro, Nurzari, Sergio Sidoncha, Jakmen Singh, Bartol.
Hyderabad FC: Kamaljit Singh (Goal Keeper), Ashish Roy, Mathew Kilgalan, Gurjeet Singh, Yasir, Nikhil Pujari, Marco Stankovic, Adil Khan, Rohit Kumar, Marcelo Pereira, Robin.

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