Srinagar: Real Kashmir FC would be looking to overturn their slump in form against Indian Arrows in an I-League clash here on Monday. After getting beaten in their last two matches, Kashmir would look to get full three points against the foreigner-less Arrows. RKFC’s two losses, 2-1 against Churchill Brothers and 1-0 against Punjab FC, pushed them down to the eighth spot in the standings with 15 points from 11 matches.
A win against the All Indian Football Federation’s (AIFF) developmental side would move them back within the top four.
The Arrows approach the match on the back of a 1-3 defeat against East Bengal. They are at the bottom of the 11-team league, with just eight points from 12 games, having one only twice this season.
Dave Robertson coached RKFC would fancy their chances of beating a young Arrows team. They would be buoyed by the return to their home, the TRC Ground, after playing six consecutive matches, travelling all over the country. IANS