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ISL 2017 Points Table, Team Standings, Indian Super League ...

Indian Super League 2017-18 Points Table - Latest ISL 2017 football match updates on points ...

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Hero ISL 2017 Points Table - Indian Super League

Complete table of standings for the Hero ISL 2017 Season with the won and lost matches on the official website of Indian Super League.

League Table Indian Super League Season 2017/18 India ...

The Tables Leader of the Indian Super League Table Bengaluru won 2017/18 with 11 Points more than 2nd. All Indian Super League Results, Away and Home Matches, Goals, Scorer and Gamedays 2017/18 in a Overview.

2017–18 Indian Super League season - Wikipedia

The 201718 Indian Super League season was the fourth season of the Indian Super League, one of the top Indian professional football leagues. It was established in 2013. The regular season started on 17 November 2017 and ended on 4 March 2018, The finals began on 7 March 2018, concluding with the final on 17 March 20

ISL 2017 Results, Indian Super League 2017-18 Football Match ...

18: 13: 1: 4: 19: 40: 2: Chennaiyin FC: 18: 9: 5: 4: 5: 32: 3: FC Goa: 18: 9: 3: 6: 14: 30: 4: FC Pune City: 18: 9: 3: 6: 9: 30: 5: Jamshedpur FC: 18: 7: 5: 6-2: 26: 6: Kerala Blasters FC: 18: 6: 7: 5-2: 25: 7: Mumbai City FC: 18: 7: 2: 9-4: 23: 8: Delhi Dynamos FC: 18: 5: 4: 9-10: 19: 9: ATK: 18: 4: 4: 10-14: 16: 10: NorthEast United FC: 18: 3: 2: 13-15: 11

ISL 2017 Points Table, Standings, ISL 4 ... - The Indian Express

Points; 1. Bengaluru FC (Q) 18: 13: 1: 4 +19: 40: 2. Chennaiyin FC (Q) 18: 9: 5: 4 +5: 32: 3. ...

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2017–18 Kerala Blasters FC season - Wikipedia

The 2017–18 season of the Indian Super League sees 10 teams play 18 matches during the regular season; two against each other team, with one match at each club's stadium. Three points are awarded for each win, one point per draw, and none for defeats. At the end of the regular season, the top four teams in the table qualify for the finals.

2017–18 I-League - Wikipedia

I-League; Season: 201718: Champions: Minerva Punjab 1st I-League title 1st Indian title: Relegated: Churchill Brothers: AFC Champions League: Minerva Punjab: Matches played: 90: Goals scored: 205 (2.28 per match) Top goalscorer: Aser Pierrick Dipanda (13 goals) Best goalkeeper: Shilton Paul (8 clean sheets) Biggest home win: East Bengal 7–1 Chennai City (24 February 2018)