Bengaluru: The defending champions Bengaluru FC would like to put their hat-trick of victories in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) match against Hyderabad FC at the GMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium here on Friday. After playing three consecutive draws, Bengaluru have won two consecutive victories, defeating two-time champions Chennai FC 3–0 and Kerala Blasters 1–0.
Bengaluru now have to play the next match outside their home and coach Carles Cuadrat says it will not be easy for them. On the other hand, Hyderabad coach Phil Brown admitted that his team is under a lot of pressure, but he is confident that his team will do well. Hyderabad FC are at the bottom of the table in 10th position with three points with one win and four defeats in five matches.
In terms of defense too, this match against Bengaluru will be very difficult for Hyderabad. Bengaluru's team has scored only goals so far this season. At the same time, the Hyderabad team has so far scored 12 goals in the last five matches. Dimas Delgado has assisted two so far for Bengaluru, while captain Sunil Chhetri has scored two goals. The Hyderabad team has recorded just one win so far and the team needs to improve their scoreline soon.