Indian Super League (ISL) today announced the fixtures for the second phase of the season, which resumes on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, with a match between Jamshedpur FC and NorthEast United FC at the JRD Tata Sports Complex, Jamshedpur.

The much-awaited first Kolkata derby of ISL 2023-24 is scheduled on February 03, as Mohun Bagan Super Giant hosts arch-rival East Bengal FC at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata.

The matches will kick-off at 7.30 PM IST while the first match on doubleheader days will now be played starting 5:00 PM IST.

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Where to Watch

The ISL matches will be broadcast live across the Sports 18 network, VH1 network, DD Bangla, Surya Movies and News 18 Kerala (select matches ) in English, Hindi, Malayalam and Bengali. In addition to this, as part of FSDL’s partnership with OneFootball, ISL live streams and highlights of all matches of the upcoming 2023-24 season will be delivered across more than 190 countries.

ISL Fantasy

If not registered already, fans can participate in the overall league or club-based leagues based on their preferences. Create private leagues, inviting friends and fellow football aficionados to compete. Prizes include a Sony PlayStation ®️ ️5 gaming console, EA Sports FC 24, signed club merchandise, and a Gift Card worth INR 20,000, which will be awarded to 100 winners at the end of the season. Sign up at:

Top 5 point Scores for the first half of the season

-          Rafael Crivellaro (60 points)

-          Sachin Suresh (58 points)

-          Amey Ranawade (54 points)

-          Jay Gupta (52 points)

-          Roy Krishna (49 points)

Top 5 players to keep an eye on for the rest of the season

-          Rafael Crivellaro

-          Roy Krishna

-          Dimitrios Diamantakos

-          Jay Gupta

-          Mourtada Fall