The match between Kerala Blasters and Mumbai City FC has to be postponed as the former did not have the requisite number of players available. Here is the breaking news as Kerala Blasters vs Mumbai City postponed as COVID-19 hits the Blasters camp:
The Indian Super League (ISL) match between Kerala Blasters and Mumbai City has been postponed. Match number 62 was scheduled to be played on Sunday, 16th January 2022. At Tilak Maidan Stadium, Vasco. ISL will look to reschedule the fixture to a later date. ISL had already postponed some major games including ATK Mohun Bagan’s match against Bengaluru FC. It was ATKMB ‘s second successive match to be postponed.
Earlier, the match against Odisha FC has also postponed. An unnamed player reported positive for COVID-19.
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The breaking news as Kerala Blasters vs Mumbai City postponed as COVID-19 hits the Blasters camp. The decision has been taken in consultation with ISL’s medical team. It was assessed that Kerala Blasters do not have a sufficient number of players available for this high voltage match. The League will work closely with the medical experts to monitor and ensure this issue. As the safety of all the players and support staff are involved. Players of other teams like FC Goa, Odisha FC, Bengaluru FC also contracted with COVID-19. SC East Bengal also isolated themselves. As one of their hotel staff was found positive. Although nothing has been fixed, the league added in a statement that they will look to reschedule the fixture to a later date.