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Five surprise picks in India's probables for four-nation tournament

What do two near-rookies, one Spain-trained striker from Kerala, one of the best performers in domestic football over the past season, and a goalkeeper who has effectively just had 172 minutes of competitive football have in common?

They are five of the left-of-field picks by India coach Stephen Constantine, who announced a 30-member squad of probables for the four-nation international tournament -- featuring hosts India, Kenya, New Zealand and Chinese Taipei -- that Mumbai is likely to host in June,...

ISL stalemate: 2 matches, 0 goals but don't panic yet

This is the worst start ever to an Indian Super League (ISL) in terms of goals.

While 2014 and 2015 had opening matches that saw three and five goals respectively, last year's opener saw a moment of magic from NorthEast United's Katsumi Yusa that sent Guwahati's Indira Gandhi Stadium on its feet, and his team on their way to a 1-0 win over Kerala Blasters.

This year had two decent match-ups on paper to get the season going -- a rematch of the 2016 final between Kerala and ATK but with a pronounced...

 By Paul Murphy

ISL success has helped India rise up FIFA rankings - Steve Coppell

Sunil Chhetri talks about having one league in India and how it would benefit the up-and-coming players in the nation.

Former Manchester United and England winger Steve Coppell is relishing the opportunity to go up against the likes of Robbie Keane, Dimitar Berbatov and Teddy Sheringham as he prepares for his second season in the Indian Super League (ISL).

As head coach of Kerala Blasters last year, Coppell led his team all the way to the final where they were pipped to the title by Atletico de Kolkata in a penalty shootout. 

This year, ex-Crystal Palace boss Coppell is in charge of Jamshedpur FC, a new franchise...