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Super Cup to kickstart on March 31

DNMUM409613 | 3/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :145

Mumbai: Chennaiyin FC will take on Aizawl FC in the opening match of the Super Cup at the Kalinga Stadium, Bhuwaneshwar on March 31, it was announced.
In the draw ceremony held in New Delhi on Monday, it was announced that the final of the inaugural edition of the Super Cup will be held on April 20, with the two semifinals on scheduled on April 16 and 17.
The final round, which will be played in a knockout format, will kick-off on March 31.
The tournament will be played among the top six teams of the Indian Super League and the I-League along with the winners of the 4 qualifier matches.
The qualifiers, which are to be played among teams ranked 7th to 10th, in the ISL and the I-League, will also be held at the same venue on
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