Panaji, Nov 21, Nov. 21 -- Bengaluru FC will face a new-look FC Goa side at the Fatorda Stadium in Margao on Sunday in the third match of the 2020-21 Indian Super League (ISL) season.

League winners Shield holders FC Goa find themselves in an unfamiliar position. While they have come to be associated with continuity and stability, Goa lost several key players, many of whom followed former coach Sergio Lobera to Mumbai City FC.

Despite that, they will be hoping to claim their maiden ISL trophy under new head coach Juan Ferrando after acquiring some experienced foreigners alongside promising Indian talent during the pre-season. The onus will be on the long-serving Edu Bedia to help the new arrivals settle fast.

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