Hero Super Cup Semi-Final: Bengaluru FC vs Jamshedpur FC Match preview, Where to watch, Probable X1 & Match Prediction.

Bengaluru FC vs Jamshedpur FC

On Friday, April 21st, at 7:00 p.m. IST, Bengaluru FC will play Jamshedpur FC in the first semi-final of the Hero Super Cup. The contest will take place in Kerala’s EMS stadium. On top of being televised on Sony Sports, the game will also be live streamed via the FanCode app and website.

Bengaluru FC and Kerala Blasters FC drew 1-1 on Sunday, with Bengaluru FC moving on to the Hero Super Cup semifinals. In the other Group A game, RoundGlass Punjab defeated Sreenidi Deccan 1-0. In their first victory of the league, Bengaluru overcame RoundGlass Punjab 2-0 after being held to a 1-1 draw by Sreenidi Deccan in the previous round. The ISL runners-up earned the top slot in Group A by winning one game and drawing two others.

To win the Super Cup group stage with a perfect record, Jamshedpur FC defeated host Gokulam Kerala 3-2 in the last game on Tuesday at the EMS Corporation Stadium. They are the only team in this year’s competition to have accumulated three straight group-stage victories. After defeating FC Goa by a score of 5-3 in the second round, Jamshedpur FC went on to defeat the ISL champions ATK Mohun Bagan by a score of 3-0. After a disappointing ISL season, Jamshedpur FC changed for the better and trounced every opponent they faced to make it to the semifinals.

Bengaluru FC Probable X1: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Sandesh Jhingan, B. Ramires, Suresh, Javi Hernandez, Sunil Chettri, Rohit, Udanta, Roy Krishna, Bhutia, and Roshan.

Jamshedpur FC Probable X1: Rehenesh TP, Pratik Chaudhari, Laldinliana Rentheli, Eli Sabia, Ricky Lallawmawma, Pronay Halder, Boris Singh, Jay Emmanuel Thomas, Ritwik Kumar Das, Daniel Chima Chukwu, Harrison Sawyer.

Match Prediction: Jamshedpur FC has recently found its form and has performed the best in the league thus far, while Bengaluru has been in top form since last year, reaching finals in their past two competitions and winning one. As a result, it will be a fast-paced game that could end in a draw, forcing extra time and penalties. However, I think Bengaluru will prevail.