K리그1・2의 최신 소식을 모두 확인 할 수 있는 공간입니다.
It's a true relegation six-pointer. A win for Suwon would put further daylight between themselves and the Magpies while a win for Seongnam will make for a nervy end to the regular season for the teams in the bottom three.
The Bluewings and the Magpies, two teams with bird connections, look to their wing backs for inspiration. Suwon's Lee Ki-je is 10th in K League 1 for crosses (61), Park Soo-il is Seongnam's best crosser of the ball sitting 20th overall in the league at 48. Park's crossing accuracy takes him up to 10th, though, at 41.67% and he is also Seongnam's best dribbler, sitting 13th in K League 1 in that regard with a dribble success rate of 59.15%. For the Bluewings, their most accurate crosser is right wing back Kim Tae-hwan at 38.2%. As a team, Lee Byung-keun's men will have to improve their shooting accuracy, though, as it is currently the worst in K League 1.
The first goal in this one will be key. Seongnam have gone behind in 16 matches this season and have gone on to win none of them, drawing one and losing 15. Suwon are similar with no wins but with six draws and 11 losses. In terms of leading matches, Seongnam have scored the game's first goal on nine occasions and win four, drawn three and lost two. Suwon, however, have not lost this season after taking the lead, registering five wins from five matches.