Chennaiyin FC (CFC) and Hyderabad FC (HFC) have not had the best of results in the last couple of matches of the 2020-21 Indian Super League (ISL). While Chennaiyin has had two draws: a 2-2 result with East Bengal and a goalless one with ATK Mohun Bagan, Hyderabad had lost three consecutive matches: to Mumbai (0-2), Kerala Blasters (0-2) and FC Goa (1-2). When they clash at the GMC Stadium in Bambolim Stadium in Goa on Monday, the teams would be more than eager to bag full three points.
The new year, the clubs believe, will provide positive tidings.
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Chennaiyin has been guilty of not being able to score despite taking more shots at the target than most of its rival sides. Csaba Laszlo, the club’s head coach, however, expressed confidence that his team can turn…