The two finalists make the bulk of the team, but who else makes the cut?
With the ISL league stage over, we take a look at how each team has performed this season.
A dramatic final day saw Mumbai and Goa get the job done.
Goals from Suhair VP and Lalengmawia helped NEUFC confirm a place in the top four a 2-0 win over Kerala Blasters.
The decision comes after the Blasters were knocked out of playoff contention with a 4-0 loss to Hyderabad.
The win also helped Hyderabad go third, and regain control of their own playoff hopes.
PLUS: Northeast in sight of playoffs and Kerala Blasters' porous defence in this week's ISL musings.
A Diego Mauricio brace helped Odisha FC draw 2-2 with the Kerala Blasters.
PLUS: Odisha's prompt action and Chennaiyin's goalscoring concerns in this week's ISL musings.
Goals from Bipin Singh and Adam Le Fondre saw Mumbai City come from behind to beat Kerala Blasters 2-1.
PLUS: Kerala's underwhelming returns and Chennaiyin's abysmal finishing in this week's ISL musings.
Roy Krishna's second-half brace inspired ATK Mohun Bagan to a thrilling 3-2 win vs Kerala Blasters.
Kerala were left to rue missed chances as they dropped points against fellow strugglers JFC.
PLUS: Hyderabad hit a lull and Bengaluru show some fight, in this week's ISL musings.
Goals from Jorge Ortiz (25') and Rahul KP (57') save FC Goa draw Kerala Blasters 1-1.
Kerala Blasters beat Bengaluru FC 2-1 to go level on points with them. Both have 13 points from 12 games.
PLUS: NorthEast's 'philosophical' dilemma and Isma's heroics, in this week's ISL musings.
SC East Bengal and Kerala Blasters remain in 9th and 10th in the league table.
As we cross the half-way mark of the league stages, here's our report card for each of the 11 teams.
ISL musings: Enobakhare shines 'Bright', East Bengal are on the right track and Kerala Blasters oscillate wildly
Plus: Naushad Moosa has plenty to do at BFC and Hyderabad are no pushovers under Roca.
Goals from Jordan Murray (2) and Costa Nhamoinesu saw Kerala Blasters overcome Jamshedpur and a Nerijus Valskis brace.
A stunning second-half double from Diego Mauricio gave Stuart Baxter his first win as Odisha coach.
Early goals from Adam Le Fondre and Hugo Boumous helped Mumbai City climb back atop the ISL table.
Goals from Abdul Hakku and Jordan Murray saw Kerala Blasters beat Hyderabad FC 2-0.
Surprise results, raging controversies, drama galore. Here's how the past week of ISL 2020-21 shaped up.