The K League Classic moves into the 25th round of the season, this is a midweek round of games so teams don’t have much time to recover from this past weekend. September is another busy month with at least 5 games each as well as the distraction of the Asian Games (being held in Incheon).
K League Classic League Table
As there has now been 24 games played (2 thirds of the main season) and everybody has played each other twice and the table to starting to take shape. So for reference here is the latest K League Classic 2014 League Table; including Games Played, Points and Goal Difference:
The league table does make for interesting reading and there are a number of tight areas. There were a few of teams who moved thanks to results this past weekend, Jeju and Seongnam both moved up one place at the expense of Jeonnam Dragons and Sangju Sangmu. Jeonbuk are still top and Gyeongnam are still bottom.
K League Classic 2014 Round 25 Previews & Predictions
This midweek round of games all takes place on Wednesday evening, with games at 7pm or 7.30pm. Here are brief previews of the K League Classic Round 24 Games;
Wednesday September 10th 2014:
Jeonnam Dragons vs. Pohang Steelers (7pm)
This Wednesdays first game is between 5th placed Jeonnam Dragons and 2nd placed Pohang Steelers.
Jeonnam had won their previous 3 games, before losing 6-2 vs. Jeju at the weekend.
Pohang Steelers have only won 1 of the previous 4.
This one will be close, but we feel Jeonnam at home will edge it.
Prediction: 2 – 1
Sangju Sangmu vs. Jeju United (7pm)
Wednesdays second game is between 10th placed Sangju Sangmu and 4th placed Jeju United.
Sangju Sangmu have only 1 win from their last 10 games.
Jeju United are unbeaten in 4 and put 6 past Jeonnam at the weekend.
Jeju United will be slight favorites.
Prediction: 1 – 2
Gyeongnam vs. Incheon United (7.30pm)
Wednesdays 3rd game is a bottom of the table scrap between bottom side Gyeongnam and 8th placed Incheon United.
Gyeongnam are inconsistent 1 win, 1 draws and 3 defeats in their previous 5.
Incheon United aren’t doing much better, but have at least won 2 of their last 5.
This one will be close, but as neither side is on form a draw looks like a likely outcome.
Prediction: 1 – 1
Seongnam FC vs. FC Seoul (7.30pm)
Wednesdays 4th game is between 9th placed Seongnam and 7th placed FC Seoul.
Seongnam won for the first time in 6 at the weekend, but they are still the leagues lowest goalscorers with only 17 goals.
FC Seoul have only lost once in their last 13 games, and have the joint best defensive record in the league.
This maybe a local derby of sorts, however FC Seoul will still be the favorites.
Prediction: 0 – 1
Suwon Bluewings vs. Ulsan Hyundai (7.30pm)
Wednesdays 5th game is a top half clash between 3rd placed Suwon Bluewings and 6th placed Ulsan Hyundai.
Suwon Bluewings have 2 wins, 2 draws and 1 defeat from their previous 5 games.
Ulsan have lost 2 but won 3 of their previous 5 games.
Suwon have only lost once at home this season and so we’re giving them the slight edge.
Prediction: 2 – 0
Busan I’Park vs. Jeonbuk Hyundai (7.30pm)
Wednesdays final game is a sort of top vs. bottom clash, as 11th placed Busan I’Park take on league leaders Jeonbuk Hyundai.
Busan I’Park have only 1 win from their previous 15 league games.
Jeonbuk have 3 wins from their last 5 games.
Jeonbuk will be heavy favorites in this one.
Prediction: 1 – 3
K League Classic 2014 Round 25 Results
Wednesday September 10th
Jeonnam Dragons 0 – 1 Pohang Steelers
Sangju Sangmu 1 – 2 Jeju United
Gyeongnam 0 – 0 Incheon United
Seongnam FC 1 – 2 FC Seoul
Suwon Bluewings 2 – 0 Ulsan Hyundai
Busan I’Park 1 – 1 Jeonbuk Hyundai
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K League Classic 2014 Round 25 Predictions Round Up
4 Correct Results with 2 perfect scores.
K League Challenge 2014
There is no mid week round of games in the K League Challenge, it will return this coming weekend.
For information on the previous round of K League Classic action, K League Classic 2014 Round 24 CLICK HERE.
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