NorthEast United FC will look to continue its winning run and seal a place in the top-four when it clashes with Kerala Blasters in a Indian Super League match at the Tilak Maidan Stadium here on Friday.
Ever since Khalid Jamil took charge, the Highlanders have grown in confidence and have produced stunning results from some difficult games.
Unbeaten in its last eight games, NorthEast United, under Jamil, has taken 18 points. Only ATK Mohun Bagan (20) has more points. Even a draw on Friday will be enough for the Guwahati-based side to cement its position in the top four and ensure its second-ever appearance in the knockout phase.
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Kerala has been on a barren run and lie second from last, but Jamil urged his side not to take their opponents lightly.
“They (Kerala Blasters) are a good team. They have talented players and so we will have to…