Kochi: Mumbai City FC are expected to ring in the changes as they seek to open their account against Kerala Blasters in a second round game of Indian Super League (ISL) on Saturday.
Mumbai City FC suffered a reverse at the hands of rivals FC Pune City in the opener. The 1-3 loss against Pune came as a big setback . Nicolas Anelka restricted himself to a late appearance and could not alter Mumbai’s fortunes in the short time that he spent on the field.
But the striker can possibly start the next tie after recovering from flu. Midfielder Brandon Fernandes should also be available.
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