THE INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE has completed its first leg and if the 7 rounds of intesne matches have taught us anything, it is that it is that we have been accurate in predicting the flow of each game. Multitudes of factors, especially horrendous individual mistakes to a wrong decisions by the referee have been the main reasons for turning a match on its head.
It should be easy now to predict the outcome of a match since all teams have had a good look-in, and the strengths and weaknesses are apparent. But, is that so? No. The ISL is as open a tournament as any can be and even now the bottom-placed teams look good enough to reach the play-offs if they have a good streak of wins. And the table-toppers look vulnerable enough to falter in their what seems now a sure shot at the top four slots.
Hence, the game is not yet over and our predictions for this round will show you why it is anybody's game.