Chennai, Feb. 22 -- Mumbai City FC will travel to take on Chennaiyin FC at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium in the Indian Super League (ISL) match on Friday.

Placed third in the standings, a win with a goal difference of three or more here could take the Islanders (28) to the top of the table, displacing Odisha FC (31) - a team that has played 15 games so far.

The Islanders bounced from their 3-2 shock loss to Jamshedpur FC to win against East Bengal FC and Bengaluru FC in the last two games. In addition to the three points, it is their consecutive clean sheets that must have come as a sigh of relief, especially due to the departure of defensive mainstay Rostyn Griffiths.

Contrastingly, Chennaiyin FC has played twice since the leagu...