Table of Contents
- Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Score, Hero Super Cup 2018 India
- MPFC vs JFC Live Streaming, Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC TV Channel
- Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Squads
- MPFC vs JFC Playing 11
- JFC vs MPFC Result
- Hero India Super Cup 2018 Fixtures, Schedule
HERO INDIA SUPER CUP 2018: MINERVA PUNJAB VS JAMSHEDPUR FC LIVE SCORE, MINERVA PUNJAB VS JAMSHEDPUR FC LIVE STREAMING, MPFC VS JFC RESULT, MINERVA PUNJAB VS JAMSHEDPUR SQUADS, MPFC VS JFC PLAYING 11
The Hero Super Cup is a knockout football competition in India organised by the All India Football Federation (AIFF). The tournament will see clubs from the Hero Indian Super League and the Hero I-League compete against each other in a knockout format. The top 6 clubs from both leagues automatically have automatically sealed qualification for the Round of 16, while the bottom 4 clubs from both leagues were made to fight for the remaining 4 spots in the qualifiers. The Round of 16 and further stages of the inaugural edition of the Hero Super Cup will be held at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar from March 31 to April 20, 2018. While the match between Chennaiyin FC and Aizawl FC will kickstart the tournament on March 31, reigning I-League champions Minerva Punjab and ISL debutantes Jamshedpur FC, who finished fifth in their maiden campaign, will go head-to-head on April 2. This will be the first ever meeting between these two clubs and the Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Score is bound to generate plenty of excitement among the fan-base of both clubs. Neutral Indian football followers are also expected to be on the lookout for Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Streaming options and information about Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC TV Channel outlets on matchday. The Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Result will also be of particular importance to both clubs as they seek to attain bragging rights over each other. As such, we bring you every relevant detail about this Hero Super Cup 2018 fixture: how to find MPFC vs JFC Live Score, access to MPFC vs JFC Live Streaming, MPFC vs JFC TV Channel and MPFC vs JFC Result. In a bid to provide a one-stop solution for Indian football fans, we have also listed the complete Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Squads and tried to sketch out the possible MPFC vs JFC Playing 11.
Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Score, Hero Super Cup 2018 India
Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Score will be available on the official Hero Super Cup 2018 website www.supercup.in. All the matches from Hero Super Cup 2018 India will have the score updated on the official website including Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Score. Further, a detailed MPFC vs JFC Live Score widget will also be available on FlashScore once the match starts on April 2 at 8 PM IST.
Unfortunately, the Jamshedpur FC vs Minerva Punjab Live Score widget will not be available on our website.
MPFC vs JFC Live Streaming, Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC TV Channel
Just like Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Score, fans who follow the I-League ardently will be queuing up to watch this exciting match-up between two of India’s oldest clubs.
Star India Network has successfully acquired the rights to broadcast the first ever season of Hero Super Cup 2018 where all the tournament matches will be covered on Star Sports and other group channels in various regional languages. Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Streaming will also be available on Star India’s digital platform Hotstar. Fans across the country can catch MPFC vs JFC Live Streaming on Hotstar (web and mobile). The Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Streaming is expected to start five minutes prior to the start of play on April 1 at 8 PM IST and the MPFC vs JFC Live Streaming facility will not be available on any other digital platform in the country.
Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC TV Channel Listings:
The MPFC vs JFC TV channel listings in every regional language have been provided below:
English: Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD
Kannada: Star Suvarna Plus
Tamil: Star Sports 1 Tamil
Bangla: Jalsha Movies
Malayalam: Asianet Movies
Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Squads
Minerva Punjab Squad for Hero Super Cup 2018:
Goalkeepers: Arshdeep Singh, Rakshit Dagar, Kiran Limbu
Defenders: Abhishek Ambekar, Akashdeep Singh, Guy Eric Dano, Deepak Devrani, Kamalpreet Singh, Rahul Das, Salman Lateef, Sukhdev Singh
Midfielders: Armand Bazzou, Akash Sangwan, Amandeep Singh, Arshdeep Singh, Altmash Sayed, Karan Kumar, Kassim Aidara, Mohammad Shahjahan, Moinuddin Khan, Souvik Das, Toshiya Hosoe, William Opoku Asiedu
Forwards: Chencho Gyeltshen, Girik Khosla, Lago Bei, Nadong Bhutia, Rajan Negi, Mohammad Ajaruddin, Makan Winkle Chothe
Jamshedpur FC Squad for Hero Super Cup 2018:
Goalkeepers: Subrata Paul, Mohd. Rafique Ali, Sanjiban Ghosh
Defenders: Andre Bikey, Jose Luis Espinosa Arroyo (Tiri), Shouvik Ghosh, Sairuat Kima, Anas Edathodika, Robin Gurung, Yumnam Raju Mangang, Karan Amin
Midfielders: Wellington Priori, Sameehg Doutie, Trindade Goncalves, Mehtab Hossain, Bikash Jairu, Emerson Gomes De Moura (Memo), Souvik Chakrabarti
Forwards: Kervens Belfort, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Ashim Biswas, Farukh Choudhary, Sumeet Passi, Siddharth Singh, Izu Azuka
MPFC vs JFC Playing 11
As is the case with Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Score and Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Live Streaming, the MPFC vs JFC Playing 11 will also be made public an hour before the start of play on the designated date and time of the match.
Nonetheless, we have done our best to sketch out a predicted MPFC vs JFC Playing 11:
Minerva Punjab Playing 11 vs Jamshedpur FC: Kiran Limbu, Kamalpreet Singh, Sukhdev Singh, Guy Eric Dano, Akashdeep Singh, Amandeep Singh, Kassim Aidara, Akash Sangwan, William Opoku Asiedu, Girik Khosla, Chencho Gyeltshen
Jamshedpur FC Playing 11 vs Minerva Punjab: Subrata Paul, Andre Bikey, Tiri, Yumnam Raju, Wellington Priori, Bikash Jairu, Memo, Souvik Chakrabarti, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Farukh Choudhary, Izu Azuka
JFC vs MPFC Result
After starting out in I-League Division 2 in the 2015/16 season and finishing at a lowly ninth position in I-League 2016/17 campaign, Minerva Punjab emerged as the surprise package of 2017/18 season and defied all odds to clinch their first ever I-League title, achieving the feat in only their second season in the country’s top flight. In the process, Minerva also became the first North Indian team to lift the trophy since 1996. As a result, the Ludhiana-based club will head into the Hero Super Cup 2018 as one of the favourites and will be high on confidence.
Jamshedpur FC, on the other hand, endured a mixed debut campaign in the Indian Super League (ISL) as they played out numerous goalless draws to finish fifth in the points table, missing out on the coveted Top 4 places by a whisker to FC Pune City. Steve Coppell and his team will certainly be the underdogs in this matchup against Minerva but they have shown that they can be a tough nut to crack for most sides and will again rely on their watertight defence to progress in the tournament.
MPFC vs JFC Result Prediction – Our Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC Result prediction is that a closely contested 1-1 draw might be on the cards between these two clubs.
You can check the final MPFC vs JFC Result after the completion of the match on above-mentioned online platforms.
Hero India Super Cup 2018 Fixtures, Schedule
March 31, 2018: Chennaiyin FC vs Aizawl FC, 5:00 PM (IST)
April 1, 2018: Bengaluru FC vs Gokulam Kerala, 8:00 PM (IST)
April 1, 2018: Churchill Brothers vs Mohun Bagan, 8:00 PM (IST)
April 2, 2018: Minerva Punjab vs Jamshedpur FC, 8:00 PM (IST)
April 3, 2018: FC Goa vs ATK, 8:00 PM (IST)
April 4, 2018: FC Pune City vs Shillong Lajong, 8:00 PM (IST)
April 5, 2018: Kingfisher East Bengal vs Mumbai City FC, 8:00 PM (IST)
April 6, 2018: NEROCA FC vs Kerala Blasters, 8:00 PM (IST)
April 10, 2018: Quarter-final 1 – TBC vs TBC, 4:00 PM (IST)
April 11, 2018: Quarter-final 2 – TBC vs TBC, 4:00 PM (IST)
April 12, 2018: Quarter-final 3 – TBC vs TBC, 4:00 PM (IST)
April 13, 2018: Quarter-final 4 – TBC vs TBC, 4:00 PM (IST)
April 16: Semi-final 1.
April 17: Semi-final 2.
April 20: Final
Minerva Punjab’s Kamalpreet Singh reflects on I-League winning season, wants to keep his feet firmly grounded
Minerva Punjab’s fairytale run to capture the I-League title in their maiden season in the top-flight has captured the imagination of every Indian football lover. What was even more impressive in Minerva’s title win was the fact that it was achieved on a shoe-string budget compared to the dominant and established forces in the league, and with a squad brimming with youngsters brought up through the academy.
One such 20-year-old is Kamalpreet Singh, the right-back who was a constant in the Punjab side’s dream campaign. He played a part in all 18 games played by the Ranjit Bajaj-owned side, starting in all but two of them.
A Punjab native, Kamalpreet says it was a training camp in Germany which made him want to pursue football as a profession ardently.
“I first started playing football back in my village. That’s where I developed a liking for the game. Then one day, I underwent trials at the Chandigarh Football Academy (CFA) which was a very renowned institution at the time. I got selected by the academy,” he told Goal.
“With the academy in the first year, we went to Germany for a camp where I got to see real discipline and professional footballers up close. That’s when the bug of wanting to make it as a professional footballer struck me.”
A trusted lieutenant of coach Khogen Singh on the pitch, the right-back, along with skipper Sukhdev Singh, played the most number of minutes amongst Indian players in the Minerva side during the campaign. While the title win came on the final day in a dramatic finish, it provided the chance for the side to prove a lot of people wrong.
“First match we played against Mohun Bagan and drew against them. Then after that we had three wins in a row at home but people were still calling it a fluke at that point. They all said it wouldn’t last and it was just the start of the league. Very soon we would fade away according to them,” Kamalpreet said.
Having represented India in three age-groups already, it might not be too long before Kamalpreet is knocking on the doors for Stephen Constantine’s senior India side. He, however, is keeping his feet firmly planted on the ground for now.
“I would obviously love to play for the Indian senior team one day. But right now, I need to improve a lot as a defender first. Then, who knows,” he said before signing off.
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