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  • 11 February 2014
  • • 17:00
  • • Tilak Maidan Stadium, Vasco da Gama, Goa
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  • 90' + 2'
    Yellow Card Yohei Iwasaki
  • 89'
    Substitution Sushant Mathew Sandesh Gadkari
  • 79'
    Substitution Balwant Singh Bineesh Balan
  • 79'
    Substitution Tomba Singh David K C Ngaihte
  • 78'
    Substitution Figueira T Lalnunpuia
  • 67'
    Substitution Alesh Sawant Thangjam Saran Singh
  • 59'
    Yellow Card Steven Dias
  • 56'
    Penalty Goal Anthony Wolfe
  • 50'
    Yellow Card Raju Yumnam
  • 17'
    Yellow Card Sanjay Balmuchu
  • With just two wins in their kitty from 14 matches, the north eastern outfit cannot afford to slip further and certainly not against fellow relegation contenders.
  • On the other hand, Rangdajied United put in a decent display at the Federation Cup where they held East Bengal and Bengaluru FC and only went down to Sporting Clube de Goa which killed their hopes of making it into the knockout stages.
  • The addition of Anthony Wolfe and his combination with Balwant Singh and Abdelhamid Alshabana has been seamless. Costa Rican striker Cristian Lagos will be available to add more teeth to their attack.
  • Churchill's display at the Federation Cup caught everyone by surprise as they remained unbeaten on their way to picking up the trophy. They scored 12 in five matches while in the I-League, it took them 13 matches to net the same number of goals.
  • With just two victories to show from 13 matches, the Red Machines need to start picking up three points else they could go down at the end of the season.
  • Fresh from the Federation Cup triumph, the Goan outfit will look to carry the same form into the I-League where they have been woeful to say the least.
  • Churchill v Rangdajied. This is a round 16 match, so that you know
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  • I'm Anselm Noronha, reporting to you live from the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco, Goa.
  • Hello and welcome back to the I-League 2013-14 action after the long winter break. We're back!