Kolkata, Feb 18 (IBNS): After win 2-1 with Kalighat MS, Prayag United Sports Club take on Mohammeddan SC in yet 3rd match of the Calcutta Football League Premier Division Round Robin Championship at the Yuba Bharati Kirangan Tuesday afternoon.
This crucial tie will be missed by two major players from the Purple team as Bello Rasaq and Rafiq will not be playing due to injury.
In midfield the squad will depend on Tapan Maity with Gouranga Biswas, when James Singh and Ravinder Singh who also joins the team.
The defence front has experienced players like Anupam Sarkar, Dhana Chandra Singh with side back Chintamani Chandrashekar and Captain Deepak Mandal.
Keyne Vincent and Sankar Orao will take over the upfront positions as strikers.
Prayag United SC: Probable Team Squad:
Sangram/Ishant (GK), Dhanachandra, Deepak Mondal(C), Anupam, Chintamani, Tapan Maity, James Singh, Gauranga Biswas, Ravinder/Joy Chandra, Kayne Vincent, Sankar Orao.
Prayag United have 4 points from 2 matches, where Mohammedan SC has 6 points from 3 matches.
The kick-off will start at 2:15 PM on Feb 19.
CFL: Prayag United to take on Mohammedan SC
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