‘Suwon Derby’ between Suwon Samseong and Suwon FC…K League 1 Round 25 preview

Suwon Samseong and Suwon FC will play the ‘Suwon Derby’.

□ Match of the Round – ‘Suwon Derby’ between Suwon Samseong and Suwon FC

Round 25 will feature the ‘Suwon Derby’ between local favorites Suwon Samseong and Suwon FC.

The home team, Suwon Samseong, escaped the bottom of the table with their first back-to-back wins of the season just before the break. Suwon picked up two wins and three draws in the month of July, including back-to-back victories. Mulicic’s three goals in the same period revived his dormant scoring form, while Kim Joo-chan has emerged as Suwon’s new hope with goals in his last two games. Kim, born in 2004, was an early substitute for the U-22s in his debut season, but he has been getting more and more playing time lately and has become a key player.

Meanwhile, Suwon have a golden opportunity to close the gap on the relegation zone, as a win would see them swap places with 10th-placed Suwon FC. Therefore, Suwon is determined to get all three points in this match.

The away team, Suwon FC, is in a different mood. Suwon FC hasn’t won in eight games (2 draws, 6 losses), including three straight defeats. Their last win came in the 16th round against Suwon Samseong in June. Suwon FC won 2-1 with goals from Yoon Beom-Garam and Oh In-Pyo. Suwon FC has won both of their meetings with Suwon Samseong this season, and will be looking to end their losing streak in this match as well. Suwon FC also added to their squad in the summer transfer window, bringing in new foreigners such as Bautersson Silva and Hugo Gomes, along with striker Lopez, who has a long history in the K League. In addition, the club has registered four players from the club’s youth ranks as semi-professionals, including Lee Young-jae, who retired from the military, as they look to turn things around in the second half of the season.

Suwon FC’s third match of the season against Suwon Samseong will take place on Saturday, May 5 at 7 p.m. at Suwon World Cup Stadium.

Team of the Round – Incheon on a three-game winning streak, can they keep it going?

Incheon went unbeaten in the month of July with four wins and one draw, especially in the run-up to the international break with wins over top teams like Ulsan, Daejeon, and Seoul. After being in the bottom half of the standings in the first half of the season, Incheon has risen to eighth place (33 points), tied with sixth-place Daejeon and just one point behind fifth-place Gwangju. If Incheon wins this round, they will move up to fifth place with four straight wins.온라인바카라

In recent matches, Incheon has been able to rely on the midfield combinations of Kim Do-hyuk-Moon Ji-hwan and Kim Do-hyuk-Myung-joo to provide a steady airborne link, which has allowed the likes of Jerso, Hernandez, and Kim Bo-seop to come alive.

Add to that the addition of Mugosa, who returned to Incheon in the summer transfer window, and Incheon’s attack could be even sharper. In a midweek scrimmage against Hong Kong Lehman FC, Mugosa put in a steady performance with a flurry of passes and shots.

With this momentum, Incheon will look to take down fourth-place Jeonbuk (37 points) in this round to move into the top half of the table. The third match of the season between Incheon and Jeonbuk will take place on Sunday, June 6 at 7 p.m. at Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

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