ISL 2017: Will Robbie Keane play against Chennaiyin FC tomorrow?

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Robbie Keane during ATK’s practice session. File Pic

Kolkata: Two-time Indian Super League (ISL) champions ATK has started their journey in season 4 on a miserable note as they are yet to win a match after playing three matches in the competition. In their last outing they played a goal-less draw with newly formed side Jamshedpur FC. Teddy Sheringham Brigade will face Chennaiyin FC in a crucial encounter on Thursday and they want nothing but a win as they are yet to win a match. Their star striker and Irish legend Robbie Keane might play his first game for the side which would be a huge morale booster for the title holders.

After practicing at the Salt lake Central Park Ground in the morning, the team has reached Chennai later in the afternoon today. Keane had practiced with the main squad during their session. He did mandatory stretching and warm-ups too and looked fit to play the game. Star Indian footballer Eugeneson Lyngdoh is out for rest of the season due to his injury, but Keane’s inclusion will boost the side’s morale ahead of facing Chennaiyin FC. But it will be Sheringham’s decision whether he will bring Robbie in the squad or not.

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