Bengaluru FC (BFC) will look to return to winning ways when it takes on SC East Bengal in an Indian Super League (ISL 2020-21) clash at the Fatorda Stadium on Saturday.
Bengaluru suffered three successive defeats after its 1-3 loss to Mumbai City FC, which saw the club dismiss Carles Cuadrat from the role of the head coach on Wednesday. Naushad Moosa will take interim charge of BFC, which is sixth on the table with 12 points from nine matches.
BFC midfielder Erik Paartalu, who was suspended against Mumbai, will be available for selection.
Meanwhile, East Bengal, which is ninth on the table, is unbeaten in four matches. A win against Bengaluru will lift East Bengal into the playoffs race but it will have to do so without the services of the suspended Daniel Fox and the injured Anthony Pilkington.
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