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Mar 13, 2020
8:55PM

ATK and Chennaiyin FC to seek hat-trick of ISL football titles tomorrow

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ATK and Chennaiyin FC will seek a hat-trick of ISL football titles at Margaon tomorrow when they meet in the 6th edition's final, which will be played without spectators owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ATK in 2014 and 2016  while  Chennaiyin in 2015 and 2017-18  have won the ISL twice already and are looking to become the first side to win it three times.
 
The season has been a landmark one in many ways. While it has produced high-quality football, the sport's governing body AIFF has granted ISL the top-tier domestic competition status.

The league phase winners of the ISL, FC Goa will become the first Indian side to directly play in the group stage of the AFC Champions League, the top club league of Asia.

 

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