ISL 2018-19 Points Table

Indian Super League (ISL) points table would expand from the previous eight team format to ten teams for the 2017/18 season with the inclusion of Bengaluru FC and Jamshedpur FC. In further changes to the league, it would go from its previous schedule of October to December to November up until March. Earlier the league would see top four teams go through into the semifinals to tussle it out for final glory. These games would be played in a two-legged affair and the final would be played in a single leg format. So far, the league has seen Atletico De Kolkata (ATK) win twice and Chennaiyin win the second edition.

ISL 2018 Football Points Table

Team P W D L GD PTS
Bengaluru FC 10 7 3 0 9 24
Mumbai City FC 11 6 3 2 3 21
NorthEast United FC 11 5 5 1 6 20
Jamshedpur FC 12 4 7 1 7 19
FC Goa 10 5 2 3 6 17
ATK 11 4 4 3 0 16
FC Pune City 12 3 2 7 -9 11
Kerala Blasters FC 11 1 6 4 -3 9
Chennaiyin FC 11 1 2 8 -9 5
Delhi Dynamos FC 11 0 4 7 -10 4

ISL: FC Pune City get another win and revenge on Goa

A terrific striker from Marcelinho in the 74th minute and a late penalty from Marko Stankovic (90+4') separated the two sides as Pune kept consecutive clean sheets.

ISL 2018 Highlights: FC Pune City defeat FC Goa 2-0

ISL 2018, FC Pune City vs FC Goa: Marcelinho and Marko Stankovic gave FC Pune City 2-0 victory over FC Goa on Tuesday.

ISL 2018, Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City Highlights: 10-man Mumbai hold Bengaluru to 1-1 draw

ISL 2018, Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City Highlights: Despite being down to 10-men, Mumbai fought hard and earned a well-deserved draw.

ISL: NorthEast United, ATK play out goalless draw

NorthEast United have scored only one goal in their last three games but the point gained saw them reclaim the second spot with 20 points from 11 games.

ISL 2018, Kerala Blasters vs FC Pune City Highlights: Pune beat Kerala 1-0

ISL 2018, Kerala Blasters vs FC Pune City Highlights: Kerala Blasters' dry run at home in the Indian Super League continued as they suffered a 0-1 defeat to FC Pune City at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

ISL 2018: Mumbai City FC defeat Chennaiyin FC 2-0

Local boy Raynier Fernandes and Modou Sougou scored on either side of the break as Mumbai City FC defeated Chennaiyin FC 2-0.

ISL: Kerala Blasters play out 1-1 draw against Jamshedpur FC

Carlos Calvo put Jamshedpur ahead from the spot in the 66th minute before Seiminlen Doungel's equaliser in the 77th minute ensured the spoils were shared by the two teams.

ISL: ATK pull off 3-2 win over Chennaiyin FC

ATK has 15 points from 10 matches after tonight's win and is fifth in the standings while the holders are down in eighth with five points from 10 games.

ISL 2018: NorthEast United, Jamshedpur play out drab 0-0 draw

The defence of both the teams proved to be too sturdy to break down as they cancelled out each other at the end of 90 minutes.

ISL: Chennaiyin FC, Kerala Blasters play out goalless draw

The result saw the visiting side increase its tally to eight points while Chennayin moved to five points from nine matches.

ISL 2018: NorthEast United move to 2nd spot with win over hosts Pune City

Bartholomew Ogbeche and Juan Mascia scored a goal each as NorthEast United FC got the better of FC Pune City 2-0 to grab the second place in the points table of Hero Indian Super League, here on Tuesday.

ISL 2018: Udanta Singh’s late strike helps Bengaluru FC beat Delhi Dynamos 1-0

A late strike from Udanta Singh helped Bengaluru FC beat Delhi Dynamos by a solitary goal and top the Indian Super League table here Monday.

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