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NEUFC vs KBFC Dream11 Prediction NorthEast United vs Kerala Blasters FC ISL Live Score

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NEUFC vs KBFC Dream11: NorthEast United takes on Kerala Blasters FC for matchday seven of the Indian Super League. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda, Goa will host the clash. Both teams are looking for their first points on the table. NorthEast United were defeated 4-2 by Bengaluru FC in their first meeting. Deshorn Brown and Mathias Coureur were on the scoresheet for Khalid Jamil’s side.

Meanwhile, Kerala Blasters Fc suffered an identical defeat to ATK Mohun Bagan FC in the season opener. Sahal Abdul Samad canceled the opener in the first half, while Jorge Pereyra scored in the second with a much improved performance.

Date: November 25, Thursday
Kick-off: 7:30 PM (IST)
Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Fatorda, Goa

ISL table

Northeast United| 10th; Kerala Blasters FC| 9th

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The match will be broadcast on Star Sports Network. It will be available in multiple languages. Fans can also enjoy live streaming on Hotstar and Jio TV apps.

Recent form
NorthEast United: LDWWD
Kerala Blasters FC: LDLDL

Head to Head

NorthEast United won the previous meeting 2-0 while four games before that ended in low scoring draws.


NEUFC vs KBFC Dream11 Prediction Details

NorthEast United News

Injury Report and Unavailability:

  • Imran Khan is the only confirmed absentee for this match.
  • There are no suspensions.

Expected changes and strategy:

  • NorthEast United will line up in a 4-3-3 formation.
  • Subhasish Roy is always present in the target.
  • NorthEast United plays with a back four of Provat Lakra, Gurjinder Kumar, Jestin George and Mashoor Shereef
  • Khassa Camara, Hernan Santana and Suhair Vadakkepeedika will operate in the midfield.
  • Laldanmawia Ralte, Mathias Coureur and Deshorn Brown will reprise their roles.

NorthEast United Start XI

Subhasish Roy
Provat Lakra
Gurjinder Kumar
Jestin George
Mashoor Sherif
Khassa Camara
Hernan Santana
Suhair Vadakkepeedika
Laldanmawia Ralte
Mathias Driver
Deshorn Brown

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Kerala Blasters FC News

Injury Report and Unavailability:

  • Rahul KP and Nishu Kumar are not available.

Expected changes and strategy:

  • KBFC will line up in a 4-4-2 formation.
  • Albino Gomes continues into the goal.
  • Mark Leskovic, Jessel Carneiro, Sanjeev Stalin and Harmanjot Khabra should be the back four.
  • Harmanjot Khabra and Adrian Luna should occupy the center with Sahal Abdul Samad and Prashant K on the doorstep.
  • Jorge Diaz will team up front with Alvaro Vazquez.

Kerala Blasters FC Base XI

Albino Gomes
Mark Leskovici
Jessel Carneiro
Sanjeev Stalin
Jeakson Singh
Harmanjot Khabra
Adrian Luna
Sahal Abdul Samad
Prashant K
Jorge Diaz
Allvaro Vazquez

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NEUFC vs KBFC Fantasy Football Team & Tips

Captain options

Alvaro Vazquez is the star of this game. The Spanish attacker has played for clubs such as Espanyol, Getafe and Swansea City. He is a proven goalscorer.

Sahal Abdul Samad has been marked by great success this season by his manager. He paid back their confidence with a brilliant goal in the first game.

Games played 52
goals 2
Shot conversion % 3
assists 5
Pass Accuracy 64
interceptions 29
tackles 142

Differential choice:

Deshorn Brown is our choice for the northeast side differential. The Jamaican attacker has nine goals and an assist from 28 games.

Games played 28
goals 9
Shot conversion % 17
assists 1
Pass Accuracy 48
interceptions 5
tackles 28

goalkeeper – S Roy
defenders – M Leskovic, H Khabra, P Lakrac
Midfielders – A Luna, J Singh, S Abdul Samad, V Suhair
forward – J Rolando Diaz, A Vazquez Garica, D Brown

Who will win today’s football match?

  • Both teams must fix their leaky defenses to be successful.
  • We give a victory for the Yellow Army in this game.

Chance to win:

Northeast United: 2.00
Kerala Blasters FC: 3.20

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Storm Team 11: Cold weather Monday before a warm-up begins | WJHL

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Storm Team 11: Cold weather Monday before a warm-up begins |  WJHL

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The Storm Team 11 Forecast calls for a cold Sunday night and Monday. A warming trend begins Tuesday afternoon and continues through the rest of the workweek. There is a small chance of a shower from Wednesday. That little potential continues through Friday and even Saturday. The chance of rain may increase towards the end of the weekend or early next week.

Cold tonight and Monday
Tonight there will be some clouds. Quite cold with a minimum between 20 and 23 degrees.

Mostly sunny Monday. Some high clouds. Cold with a high of mid-30s to nearly 40 degrees throughout the area, about 42 to 44 degrees in the Tri-Cities.

Monday night mostly clear to partly cloudy. Occasional clouds nearby. Still cold with lows in the mid to upper 20s.

Heat up
Plenty of sunshine for most of Tuesday with the possibility of more clouds later in the day and into the night. Softer in the afternoon. The maximum temperature is around 54 degrees in the Tri-Cities with higher 40 degrees to almost 50 degrees elsewhere.

Next rain chance?
We will be in and out of the clouds from Wednesday and it looks like it will be with periods of sunshine for the rest of the week. Moisture seems to be quite limited in our region. However, there is a very small chance of rain most days on this stretch due to a few weak systems nearby. It looks like our best chance of rain won’t be until Sunday or next Monday. Stay tuned as we gain confidence in the prediction. It’s becoming clearer that warmer air will settle in mid-to-late week with peaks in the mid-’50s to lows of the ’60s.

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NYC Holiday Dining Is Back To ‘Normal’, Restaurant Owners Say

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Last year, when Daniel Posner went to Manhattan for dinner over the holidays, he had no trouble getting a table as many people continued to avoid public gatherings around the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year, however, the Rye resident is making reservations before heading into town. “Restaurants are overcrowded,” he said. “I go in more often and it is bustling with crowds, both inside and out.”

He is not alone.

Nyack resident Amos Friedland ate occasionally in Manhattan last fall and winter, but only outside, usually “mid-afternoon, freezing cold under stoves.” This year he is back, but this time he eats inside.

Some dishes at Trattoria Dell'Arte, opposite Carnegie Hall in Manhattan.

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“I am especially grateful that New York City has made vaccination mandatory for everyone who eats or works indoors,” he said. “My new favorite is King Restaurant [in the West Village] and I’m super excited that one of my favorite restaurants in the world, Le Coucou, (in SoHo) has finally just reopened.”

The City Winery pop-up near Rockefeller Center was pretty quiet in this December 2020 photo.

What a difference a year makes

Last holiday was a bleak season for many restaurants, with people ordering or staying at home. Because the government mandate for indoor eating and vaccinations is not widely available to the general public, all six of the Fireman Hospitality Group’s locations, including Bond 45 New York, Café Fiorello, Brooklyn Delicatessen, Brooklyn Diner, Redeye Grill and Trattoria Dell’Arte temporarily closed during the 2020 holidays.

NYC's Redeye Grill was one of Fireman Hospitality Group's restaurants that closed over the holiday season of 2020 last year and is now back and "busier than ever," according to founder (and veteran restaurateur) Sheldon

“The season was cold and dark for us and many other New York City businesses,” said Sheldon “Shelly” Fireman, Firestone’s founder and veteran restorer.

However, now that dining options are close to cultural institutions and entertainment venues, including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and Broadway, his spots are busier than ever.

“There is life and energy in the streets again,” he said. “New Yorkers and visitors are in town and want to get together with friends and celebrate.”

It helps, he said, that Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and Broadway are also back in business.

With vaccinations on the rise and all guests dining inside required to show proof of the vaccine, diners have returned to New York City restaurants and other attractions like the Rink at Rockefeller Center.

“The city is back,” agrees Chris Heywood, executive vice president for global communications at NYC & Company, the city’s tourism organization. “People are ready; they’ve been on hold for so long that they’re now giving themselves permission to go out.”

Bernard Collin, Operations Director of Restaurants in the Upper East Side, La Goulue, Orsay

and Bar Italia, attribute the rise to New York’s strict vaccine policies and people wanting to get back to “normal.”

It was fully booked for Thanksgiving over a month ago and is already taking holiday bookings.

Vaccine policies, which require individuals 12 and older to identify and prove they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, has also made many diners feel safer eating indoors in New York. .

Bernard Collin, director of operations for the La Goulue, Orsay and Bar Italia restaurants on the Upper East Side, said New York City's strict vaccine policies and people wanting to return to "normal" has brought people back to his restaurants.

Not to mention, Heywood added, New York City is a food mecca. And the holidays are an iconic time to visit. It also helps that the city has reinvented itself, he said, with a myriad of outdoor dining options. And it also helps that foreign tourists have started to return.

There’s also the fact that restaurants in Manhattan are, well, restaurants in Manhattan.

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The result is hard to digest: Suresh Wangjam. from Bengaluru FC

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The result is hard to digest: Suresh Wangjam.  from Bengaluru FC



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29 Nov. 2021 14:54 IST

Panaji (Goa) [India]November 29 (ANI): Bengaluru FC midfielder Suresh Wangjam expressed disappointment after the 1-1 draw against Kerala Blasters FC in their Indian Super League (ISL) match at GMC Athletic Stadium, in Bambolim, on Sunday.
After dominating the entire game, the Blues finally struck in the 84th minute thanks to a tall ranger from Ashique Kuruniyan, who broke through the goal through Albino Gomes. Four minutes later, Kuruniyan was back on the scoresheet, this time scoring an own goal to deprive his team of a second win in the current season.
“It’s really hard to digest, you know, the players gave everything and luckily we got a goal and in the last minute, conceding the goal, it’s really difficult. But in the end we had a point and that’s good for us. ” And we will go and have a good recovery and be ready for the next match,” said Suresh Wangjam during the post-match interview.

Side-back Harmanjot Khabra stole the show for Kerala Blasters FC as the veteran made key interceptions to keep his team in the game. The hero of the match, however, condoned the missed opportunities to drop two points against the Blues.
“I think we could have done a little better because we had opportunities. If we could have converted them, the result could have been different, but either way, we have to go for positivity,” said Harmanjot Khabra.
Kerala Blasters FC head coach Ivan Vukomanovic expressed his dismay at the goal conceded, but in the end he was happy to take home a point.
“There were certain things that we were practicing over the last period and we wanted to go out today, be compact, be strong in duels and be present in every possible part of the field. So basically on the one hand we weren’t happy because we conceded the goal from a shot that wasn’t even on the goal, but anyway, you know, in football a lot of interesting things can happen. So in the end we’re also happy that we got the point,” said Vukomanovic.
Bengaluru FC will face defending champions Mumbai City FC in their next match, on December 4, at the same venue. On the other hand, the Blasters will face Odisha FC on December 5 at the Tilak Maidan, in Vasco. (ANI)

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