Jeonbuk ‘looking for 10th straight home win’ vs Suwon ‘looking to escape relegation’

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors uses quick offense to challenge Suwon Samsung for a second straight win.

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors will face Suwon Samsung in the 26th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 on Wednesday at Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

Jeonbuk is in third place with 12 wins, four draws, nine losses, and 40 points. Suwon is 11th in the relegation zone with four wins, six draws, 14 losses and 18 points.

With a seven-game home winning streak, Jeonbuk is one win away from tying the K League 1 (2013-) record for the longest home winning streak. If you include cup competitions, Jeonbuk has won nine straight.

The record for the longest home winning streak in the K League 1 is eight, which has been achieved by Jeonbuk twice (April 16, 2016-July 30, 2016 and August 11, 2018) and Seoul once (April 20, 2013-August 15, 2013) since the 2013 season.

If Jeonbuk wins its upcoming match against Suwon to tie the record for the longest home winning streak, it will become the only K League club to win eight consecutive league home matches three times.

To become the first, Jeonbuk will look to attack. Jeonbuk won its last match against Incheon 2-0. Park Jae-yong and Han Gyo-won scored back-to-back goals to secure the win against Incheon, who had a completely different team atmosphere with the recent addition of Mugosa. The team won the game by putting pressure on Incheon in a rainy, rainy game.

The quick movements of the second line of attackers contributed to the victory. Not only Han Gyo-won, who scored an additional goal, but also the speedy players on the flanks and the second line made fierce moves. As a result, the Incheon defense was constantly harassed and the attack ran smoothly.

Jeonbuk has one win and one draw against Suwon this season. The first meeting at home in March resulted in a 1-1 draw.온라인카지노

However, in May, Jeonbuk won 3-0 away from home. Moon Sun-min scored the first goal of the game and Baek Seung-ho scored a multi-goal performance.
A long way to go The pressure is on for the busy Suwon. They lost their last match to Suwon FC, an attacking side led by Lee Seung-woo, so they need to turn things around.

They need to stabilize their defense and turn things around. A win against Jeonbuk will give them a leg up on the relegation zone.

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