Kerala Blasters vs Mumbai City – an ISL 2015 game packed with superstar players, capable of creating that "wow" moment on multiple occasions.

So, here is a look at the players who should have an impact on the Indian Super League game at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi on Saturday.

Kerala Blasters: Mohammed Rafi: Scored a goal and created one in the first game against NorthEast United FC. Ran himself to the ground as well in that match, and expect his workrate to be the same against Mumbai City. Struggled a little, in terms of understanding, with Chris Dagnall, but was a lot better when Sanchez Watt came on.

Josu: Scored the first goal of the season for the Kerala Blasters in ISL 2015, and what a wonderful goal it was too. Has outstanding technical ability, and while he found the back of the net, needs to get more involved in the final third for Kerala to create more chances. Mumbai City will provide a stiff test, and Josu could be the man to unlock the defence.

Ramage/Perone/Williams: The back three worked seamlessly in the first game for the Kerala Blasters, with Peter Ramage, in particular, marshalling that defence to perfection. Bruno Perone showed how dangerous he can be, from an attacking perspective, from setpieces, and the Kerala Blasters will, no doubt, again want to make full use of that weapon.

Mumbai City FC: Andre Moritz: This team is all about the foreigners at the moment, with the likes of Sunil Chhetri on international duty. Moritz, though, was always going to be a vital player for the team, and his vision and scoring ability will need to come to the fore against the Kerala Blasters.

Nicolas Anelka/Frederic Piquionne: The Mumbai City player-manager is reportedly fit to start the game, and if he does, it might be at the expense of Piquionne, who scored a goal in Mumbai City's loss to Pune City. However, if either, or both, play, they will cause lots of problems to the Kerala Blasters defence.

Subhash Singam: Mumbai City are a little short on Indian strikers up front. Subhash came on in the last match, and there might come a time when Anelka throws in the striker again, especially if they find themselves behind.