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Chennaiyin aim to seal knock out round spot in AFC Cup

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GUWAHATI, June 18: Table toppers Chennaiyin FC will be eager to seal a knockout berth when they take on compatriots Minerva Punjab in a AFC cup group stage clash here on Wednesday.

Chennaiyin are ahead of Bangladesh�s Abahani Limited Dhaka courtesy a better head-to-head record, with both sides locked on seven points from four games.

This will be Chennaiyin�s second consecutive away game. A win for the two-time Indian Super League (ISL) champions will help them inch closer to the knockout round, while an unbeaten Minerva will be looking for their first AFC Cup win to keep qualification hopes alive, having drawn all their four games so far. Match fitness will be key in the humid Guwahati conditions in an afternoon kick-off, as the two side aim to hit the ground running in a crucial tie following the considerable break.

�You might say we had a break (after our last game in May), but we actually didn�t. Before we went away, we were given this big handbook on fitness and conditioning by our team. And we have ensured we stay fit and in shape. We are focused on getting all three points tomorrow (against Minerva) and inching closer to the knockout round,� said CFC�s CK Vineeth at the press conference ahead of the match.

�The mood is very good in the camp. We have two important games coming up against Minerva and Manang (Marshyangdi) in Nepal. The professionalism that my boys have portrayed is first class. And they are all aware of the task at hand. What is great is that it is in our hands. We control our destiny,� said CFC head coach John Gregory. � PTI

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Chennaiyin aim to seal knock out round spot in AFC Cup

GUWAHATI, June 18: Table toppers Chennaiyin FC will be eager to seal a knockout berth when they take on compatriots Minerva Punjab in a AFC cup group stage clash here on Wednesday.

Chennaiyin are ahead of Bangladesh�s Abahani Limited Dhaka courtesy a better head-to-head record, with both sides locked on seven points from four games.

This will be Chennaiyin�s second consecutive away game. A win for the two-time Indian Super League (ISL) champions will help them inch closer to the knockout round, while an unbeaten Minerva will be looking for their first AFC Cup win to keep qualification hopes alive, having drawn all their four games so far. Match fitness will be key in the humid Guwahati conditions in an afternoon kick-off, as the two side aim to hit the ground running in a crucial tie following the considerable break.

�You might say we had a break (after our last game in May), but we actually didn�t. Before we went away, we were given this big handbook on fitness and conditioning by our team. And we have ensured we stay fit and in shape. We are focused on getting all three points tomorrow (against Minerva) and inching closer to the knockout round,� said CFC�s CK Vineeth at the press conference ahead of the match.

�The mood is very good in the camp. We have two important games coming up against Minerva and Manang (Marshyangdi) in Nepal. The professionalism that my boys have portrayed is first class. And they are all aware of the task at hand. What is great is that it is in our hands. We control our destiny,� said CFC head coach John Gregory. � PTI