ISL Match Prediction Mumbai City FC vs. Mohun Bagan Super Giant, Dec 20

Mohun Bagan Super Giant might have a slight edge in this match.

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Match Details 

Teams: Mumbai City FC vs. Mohun Bagan Super Giant

Stadium: Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai, India

SeriesIndia Super League (ISL)

Hours of play: 17:30

Match day: Wednesday, December 20, 2023

Probable Starting 11

Mumbai City

Jayesh Rane, Jorge Rolando Pereyra Díaz, Greg Stewart, Th. Bipin Singh, Mehtab Singh, Yoëll van Nieff, Lalengmawia Lalengmawia, José Luis Espinosa Arroyo, Rahul Bheke, Akash Mishra, Phurba Tempa Lachenpa

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Mohun Bagan

Armando Sadiku, Jason Cummings, Liston Colaco, Héctor Yuste, Anirudh Thapa, Kiyan Nassiri, Brendan Hamill, Subashish Bose, Ashish Rai, Deepak Tangri, Vishal Kaith

Mohun Bagan FC india

Teams Head to Head: Recent Matches 

DateTeam 1ScoreTeam 2
Jan 14, 2023ATK Mohun Bagan0-1Mumbai City
Nov 6, 2022Mumbai City2-2ATK Mohun Bagan
Feb 3, 2022Mumbai City1-1ATK Mohun Bagan
Dec 1, 2021ATK Mohun Bagan1-5Mumbai City
Mar 13, 2021Mumbai City2-1ATK Mohun Bagan
Feb 28, 2021Mumbai City2-0ATK Mohun Bagan
Jan 11, 2021ATK Mohun Bagan0-1Mumbai City

Teams Recent Performance 

Last 5 Games of Mumbai City

DateTournamentTeam 1ScoreTeam 2
28/11/23ACLNassaji Mazandaran2 – 0Mumbai City
04/12/23ACLMumbai City1 – 2Navbahor
08/12/23ISLBengaluru0 – 4Mumbai City
12/12/23ISLGoa0 – 0Mumbai City
16/12/23ISLMumbai City0 – 0East Bengal

Last 5 Games of Mohun Bagan

DateTournamentTeam 1ScoreTeam 2
27/11/23AFCMohun Bagan2 – 5Odisha
02/12/23ISLHyderabad0 – 2Mohun Bagan
06/12/23ISLMohun Bagan2 – 2Odisha
11/12/23AFCMaziya1 – 0Mohun Bagan
15/12/23ISLNorthEast United1 – 3Mohun Bagan

Topscorers Statistics in ISL 2023/2024

Mumbai City

TeamPlayerGoals Penalty Goals
Mumbai CityJ. Pereyra Díaz61
Mumbai CityL. Chhangte11
Mumbai CityA. El Khayati10
Mumbai CityR. Griffiths10
Mumbai CityA. Mishra10

Mohun Bagan

TeamPlayerGoals Penalty Goals
Mohun BaganJ. Cummings30
Mohun BaganA. Sadiku30
Mohun BaganD. Petratos20
Mohun BaganM. Singh20
Mohun BaganS. Bose10

Mumbai City FC vs. Mohun Bagan Super Giant: Winning Prediction

Current Form

Mohun Bagan Super Giant is set to face Mumbai City FC in an Indian Super League showdown at Mumbai Football Arena on Wednesday. Coming off a 3-1 triumph against NorthEast United FC in their recent league match at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium, Mohun Bagan remains undefeated with six wins, one draw, and zero losses in the campaign’s opening seven matches. This places them in third position with 19 points, just one point behind the league leaders, FC Goa.

Mumbai City FC currently sits in fourth place with 16 points, trailing FC Goa by four points after eight matches. In their latest ISL encounter at home against East Bengal FC, Mumbai secured a 0-0 draw, maintaining their unbeaten start to the season with four wins and four draws.

Previous Perfomance

In their previous meeting, Mumbai emerged victorious with a 1-0 scoreline at Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan Stadium last season, thanks to Lallianzuala Chhangte’s lone goal in the 29th minute. Mumbai City has maintained dominance over Mohun Bagan in their recent seven ISL encounters, boasting five wins and two draws. Mohun Bagan is seeking their first league victory against Mumbai City since January 2021, with Mumbai outscoring them 14-5 during this unbeaten streak.

Leading the scoring charts for Mohun Bagan are Jason Cummings and Armando Sadiku, each finding the net three times, placing them tied for fourth among the league’s top scorers in the 2023/2024 season. Jorge Pereyra Díaz has been instrumental for Mumbai City, claiming the top scorer spot with six goals, two of which were crucial opening goals in matches.

Mumbai City FC remains unbeaten in home ISL matches this season, securing two wins and two draws at Mumbai Football Arena. Mohun Bagan aims to continue their impressive away form, having earned three points in each of their away league matches. The team is currently on a six-match unbeaten streak on the road, with five wins and one draw, the last defeat being on February 14 against Hyderabad FC.

In their recent six league matches, Mumbai has won three and drawn three, while Mohun Bagan boasts five victories and one draw in their last six encounters.


Based on their recent form and current strengths, Mohun Bagan Super Giant might have a slight edge. Their attacking flexibility and momentum could be a challenge for Mumbai City’s resolute defense. However, Mumbai’s home advantage and defensive prowess can’t be underestimated.

Therefore, it will be a close and exciting match, possibly ending in a draw or a narrow win for either team. It’s a toss-up, and any small factor like individual brilliance or a moment of magic could swing the result in either direction.

India Super League (ISL) Table on 18/12/2023

Kerala Blasters106221410420
Mohun Bagan76101771019
Mumbai City8440136716
East Bengal9243118310
NorthEast United102441116-510

* MP – Matches Played; W – Wins; D – Draws; L – Losses; F – Goals For (the number of goals the team has scored); A – Goals Against (the number of goals the team has conceded); D – Goals Difference (Goals scored – Goals conceded); P – Points.

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Report About Mumbai Football Arena

The Mumbai Football Arena, located in the Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai, India, stands as a football stadium with a rich history. Constructed in 1988 and undergoing renovations in 2023, it distinguishes itself as one of the few football-exclusive stadiums in the country. Since 2016, the stadium has been the proud home of Mumbai City FC in the Indian Super League.

Following the installation of bucket seats, the stadium currently accommodates up to 6,600 spectators. Beyond its architectural aspects, the Mumbai Football Arena holds significance in the realm of international football. On September 3, 2016, it hosted a FIFA international friendly where the India national football team triumphed over the Puerto Rico national football team with a score of 4–1, captivating a packed stadium.

Moreover, the arena served as the venue for the 2017 Hero Tri-Nation Series, featuring matches between India, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Mauritius. In June 2018, the stadium showcased all seven matches of the 2018 Intercontinental Cup. It further solidified its standing by being selected as one of the host venues for the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup.

About Indian Super League (ISL)

The Indian Super League (ISL) is the men’s highest level of the Indian football league system. It was founded on 21 October 2013 with the aim of growing the sport of football in India and increasing its exposure in the country. The league is co-promoted by Reliance, Star India, and supported by the All India Football Federation (AIFF).

The ISL began play in October 2014 with eight teams. During its first three seasons, the competition operated without official recognition from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), which is the governing body for the sport in Asia. It was structured along the same lines as the Indian Premier League, the country’s premier Twenty20 franchise-based cricket competition. Each season lasted just three months, from October to December, and matches were held daily.

However, before the 2017–18 season, the league expanded to ten teams, extended its schedule to six months, and earned recognition from the AFC. The season runs from September to March and includes a 22-round regular season followed by playoffs involving the top six teams, culminating with the ISL Final to determine the champions. At the end of the regular season, the team with the most points is declared the premiers and presented with the League Winners’ Shield.

Currently, the league comprises 12 clubs. ISL clubs gain qualification to the Asian continental club competitions; regular-season premiers qualify directly for the subsequent season’s AFC Cup group stage. The league has received unmatched visibility in a short span of time and is speculated to be one of the top-tier leagues in India after the I-League.

Rudra Chanda