The playoffs will start on March 3 with the final being scheduled for March 18.
Mumbai City FC made an extraordinary 2-1 comeback victory over Jamshedpur FC at the JRD Tata Sports Complex
Mumbai are yet to lose a game all season, sitting on a seven-match winning streak and one win away from breaking the ISL record for the most consecutive wins.
East Bengal FC completed the double against Bengaluru FC, with Cleiton Silva once again foiling his previous club's chances with a 90th-minute winner and guiding his team to 2-1 win.
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Dimitri Petratos scored his fifth goal of the season inside ten minutes before Anwar Ali cancelled it out in the 25th minute. Hugo Boumous scored what turned out to be the winning goal for the Mariners in the 52nd minute.
Hyderabad have 25 points from 11 matches, while the second-placed Mumbai City FC (24 points) have a game in hand.
The solitary point takes Kerala Blasters from sixth to fourth, ahead of Odisha FC on goal difference and just a point off ATK Mohun Bagan.
Blasters are a win away from jumping into third place.
NorthEast United suffered their tenth successive loss.