NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur – League Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2022-23 ISL - The Stats ZoneClick here for today’s sports betting tips from our expert analysts! THE FACTS When is NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur on and what time does it start? NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur will take place on Saturday 4th February, 2023 – 14:00 (UK) Where is NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur taking place? NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur will take place at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati, India Where can I get tickets for NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur? Ticket information for NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur can be found on each club’s official website What TV channel is NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur on in the UK? NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur will not be televised live in the UK Where can I stream NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur in the UK? NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur cannot be streamed live in the UK THE PREDICTION NorthEast United have now failed to win any of their last five after suffering a fourth loss during that run.
And at such a juncture, they meet Jamshedpur FC, who are going through a similar situation. As mentioned earlier, fate hasn’t been much different for Jamshedpur FC. Last year’s ISL Shield winners currently find themselves 10th in the table, and are out of the top-six race. Even after having an experienced and talented contingent, Aidy Boothroyd’s team has not been able to perform at all, and have been in pretty poor form. The Men of Steel have only picked nine points throughout the season, and will be looking to commemorate the same on a positive note with a few wins.
Northeast United vs Jamshedpur FC Head to HeadA complete record of competitive matches played between the two teams, This page lists the head-to-head record of Northeast United vs Jamshedpur FC including biggest victories and defeats between the two sides, and H2H stats in all competitions. The Soccer Teams Northeast United and Jamshedpur FC played 11 Games up to today. Among them, Northeast United won 1 games ( 0 at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, 1 at JRD Tata Sports Complex Stadium away), Jamshedpur FC won 5 (2 at JRD Tata Sports Complex Stadium, 3 at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium away), and drew 5 (3 at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, 2 at JRD Tata Sports Complex Stadium). In the IND Super League, the two teams played a total of 11 games before, of which Northeast United won 1, Jamshedpur FC won 5 and the two teams drew 5.
(Courtesy: ISL Media) Joseba played well in his debut against Kerala a few days ago. The Spaniard was dynamic and equally poised in both phases of the game. Beitia was crucial for the Highlanders in the middle of the park, as he won a number of duels and made the team more fluid with his great passing.
Though the side has had a poor season, this is a fixture that can help them climb the charts, and go level on points with East Bengal. Jamshedpur come into this game on the back of two defeats, and would want to reinstate their confidence, in their undue quest of finishing the season on a good note. Injury & Team News NorthEast United and Jamshedpur FC have a fit squad (as of now). Head-to-Head To date, NorthEast United and Jamshedpur FC have met 11 times in ISL. NorthEast United – 1 Jamshedpur FC – 5 Drawn – 5 Predicted Line-ups NorthEast United (4-2-3-1) Mirshad Michu (GK); Joe Zoherliana, Alex Saji, Aaron Evans, Hira Mondal; Joseba Beitia, Mohammed Irshad; Parthhib Gogoi, Romain Philippoteaux, Emil Benny; Wilmar Jordan Gill Jamshedpur FC (4-2-3-1) Vishal Yadav (GK); Laldinliana Renthlei, Eli Sabia, Pratik Chaudhari, Ricky Lallawmawma; Germanpreet Singh, Pronay Halder; Boris Singh, Rafael Crivellaro, Ritwik Das; Daniel Chima Chukwu Player to Watch Joseba Beitia (NorthEast United) Joseba Beitia in action against Kerala Blasters.
In light of these, let us take a look at what the encounter has to offer. The Stakes NorthEast United NorthEast United will be desperate to get a win against a struggling Jamshedpur FC on Saturday. The Highlanders have shown true fighting spirit in the past few games, and can challenge the Men of Steel, who are struggling at the moment. Vincenzo Alberto Annese’s side would be playing for pride, and would want to pick up some points and finish with a provable position in the league. The Highlanders need five more points from their final four games, to avoid the tag of the team with the least points in an ISL season ever. Jamshedpur FC Jamshedpur would want to get a win from their trip to Guwahati, and finish the season with the best possible results.
Against Jamshedpur, the 32-year-old will play in front of the NorthEast fans for the very first time, and will surely be someone the faithfuls will have their eyes set on. Rafael Crivellaro (Jamshedpur FC) Rafael Crivellaro in action against Bengaluru FC. (Courtesy: ISL Media) The introduction of the Brazilian into the Jamshedpur FC line-up has worked wonders for Aidy Boothroyd. He is yet to fire, of course, but his creativity has been the Midas touch the Men of Steel were lacking.