Just two days after playing out a 0-0 draw, Odisha FC and Chennaiyin FC will square off once again in match 57 of the ongoing Indian Super League season (ISL 2020-21) at the GMC stadium in Bambolim on Wednesday.

Csaba Laszlo’s side comes into the tie on the back of a 2-1 win against FC Goa, three draws and a loss in its last five encounters. Meanwhile, Stuart Baxter’s team has also managed to claim only a 4-2 victory against Kerala Blasters from its previous five games, which includes two defeats and two draws as well.


Bagging three full points would see OFC climb a spot up in the ISL standings into tenth. The Kalinga Warriors are currently on 6 points, and at the bottom of the table.

On the other hand, eighth-placed CFC could reach the fifth spot if it comes out…

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