According to reports, the Kerala Blasters will take on Mumbai City tomorrow without any training.

Hero Indian Super League (ISL) has decided to postpone Match No. 62 between Kerala Blasters FC and Mumbai City FC scheduled to be played today, Sunday, January 16, 2022, at Tilak Maidan Stadium, Vasco. The League will look to reschedule the fixture to a later date.The decision has been taken in consultation with the League's medical team after it was assessed Kerala Blasters FC do not have the requisite number of players available for the match. The League will work closely with the medical experts to monitor and ensure the safety of all the players and support staff in the squad and others involved. Discussions began as to whether the season should be put on hold as fears mounted in the ISL as well. Kerala Blasters coach Ivan today expressed concern that the IS could spread at any moment. He said he did not want the league to come to a standstill. But what if the league has to stop? Under the league rules, if the league is stopped now, who will win the title?. According to the league rules, the Kerala Blasters will be the league champions. At present the Kerala Blasters have 17 points from 10 matches. The league title is determined by the average number of points scored by a team in a match. In that sense, the Kerala Blasters, who are number one now, have the highest average points. The average score of Kerala Blasters is 1.7. Mohun Bagan, who has 15 points from 9 matches, has an average of 1.67. No other team has averaged more points than this.

The Kerala Blasters are not sure if the match will take place and are hoping to postpone it.

The Kerala Blasters team and fans are hopeful that tomorrow's match between Kerala Blasters and Mumbai City in the ISL will not take place. So far no decision has been made to postpone the game. ISL has a discussion with 11 clubs tomorrow morning. It is hoped that in that discussion the league will decide to suspend altogether.The Kerala Blasters have not trained for the last three days. Coach Ivan said yesterday that the team was not ready to play. The 9 clubs exposed by the Kerala Blasters are currently in isolation. The match between Mohan Bagan and Bengaluru FC was postponed yesterday. If the Kerala Blasters' match is not postponed, it could be a big controversy.

"Teams that spoke proudly about the title have a history of being half-broken, Kerala Blasters will not give up humility"

Kerala Blasters coach Ivan Vukamanovic has said that the Kerala Blasters are currently number one in the league but have no heroism. He has a lot of experience in football. I have seen many good teams talk proudly about the title halfway through before and then totally collapse. The Kerala Blasters do not want to be one of them.Vinayam Kerala Blasters will never give up. Will work hard until the final match. Ivan said. Ivan also said that they see all their opponents only with respect. Currently, the Kerala Blasters are leading the ISL with 20 points. The Kerala Blasters, who are currently top of the Indian Super League, will play their twelfth match tomorrow. The mighty Mumbai City FC will be the horned opponents in this match. The Blasters had won by three unanswered goals in their previous encounter with Mumbai this season. But things are not the same now as they were then. This time the chances of the team really sweating against them are high.It has been a few days since Kovid cases started being reported within ISL teams. All the Kerala Blasters players have been staying in their hotel rooms for the last two days due to Kovid's fear. They did not go for training yesterday. The Blasters are still unlikely to train in the worst case scenario. This was stated by the team coach Ivan Vukomanovich during a press conference held shortly before the match.

According to reports, the Kerala Blasters will take on Mumbai City tomorrow without any training. 

Mumbai City, on the other hand, have been able to train better these days. So with proper preparation they go down to face the Blasters. There is no doubt that there is a big difference on the field between a team that is training and a team that is not. Even teams that come up with precise training and plans against Mumbai are sweating. In this situation, the Blasters, who could not even get on the field for two days, went ahead. The Blasters, who have not lost in 10 consecutive matches in the ISL, should therefore not be shocked even if they stumble in front of Mumbai this time. It's not the team's performance but the circumstances that are the setback for the Blasters.

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