K League Classic 2014 Round 28 September 27th

The K League Classic moves into the 28th round of the season, and with not much time left in the main season (i.e. before the split) so every game is important. Also September is another busy month with at least 5 games each as well as the distraction of the Asian Games (currently going on in Incheon).

Also FC Seoul played Gyeongnam during the week due to their midweek trip to Australia next week in the Asian Champions League.
The result was:
FC Seoul 1 – 1 Gyeongnam

K League Classic League Table

As there has now been 27 games played (so only 6 games to go in the main season) and everybody has played each other at least 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:

K League Classic 2014 League Table September 26th

The league table does make for interesting reading and there are a number of tight areas. After last weekends round of games a few teams have moved both up and down. Jeonbuk and Pohang continue to lead, with Suwon, Jeju, FC Seoul and once again Jeonnam completing the top half. Ulsan are 14 points clear of the bottom sides in 7th. The bottom five sides Incheon, Sangju, Seongnam, Gyeongnam and finally Busan are only separated by 5 points, but Busan are 3 point adrift.

K League Classic 2014 Round 28 Previews & Predictions

This weekends games are split between Saturday (3) and Sunday (2), and take place once again in the afternoons, as the weather is getting a little cooler. Here are brief previews of the K League Classic Round 28 Games;

Saturday September 27th 2014:

Jeju United vs. Incheon United (2pm)

This weekends first game is between 3rd placed Jeju United and 8th placed Incheon United.
Jeju United are unbeaten in 7 (last two results were draws), and have only lost 5 times all season.
Incheon United have just 1 win in 5 and are weak away from home with just 1 win on the road all season.
Jeju will be the slight favorites to end this one.

Prediction: 2 – 1

Busan I’Park vs. Seongnam FC (2pm)

Saturdays 2nd game is a clash between bottom club Busan I’Park and 10th placed Seongnam FC.
Busan I’Park have only 1 win from their previous 18 league games.
Seongnam have just 1 win in 9, and have only scored 5 goals away from home all season.
This one should be close and we see it ending in a draw.

Prediction: 0 – 0

Sangju Sangmu vs. Suwon Bluewings (4pm)

Saturdays final game is top of the table clash between 9th placed Sangju Sangmu and 3rd placed Suwon Bluewings
Sangju Sangmu have lost 3 of their last 4 games, but did win the other.
Suwon Bluewings are unbeaten in 6 with 3 wins and 3 draws.
Suwon will be slight favorites but can be a little unpredictable away from home.

Prediction: 0 – 2

Sunday September 28th 2014:

Pohang Steelers vs. Jeonbuk Hyundai (2pm)

Sundays 1st game is a top of the table clash between 2nd placed Pohang Steelers and leaders Jeonbuk Hyundai.
Pohang Steelers have won 3 but lost 2 of their last 5 games.
Jeonbuk have won 2 but drawn 2 of their last 4 games.
This one look very close on paper, and so we’re siding with an entertaining draw.

Prediction: 1 – 1

Jeonnam Dragons vs. Ulsan Hyundai (2pm)

Sundays final game is between 6th placed Jeonnam Dragons and 7th placed Ulsan Hyundai.
Jeonnam won for the first time in 4 games last weekend.
Ulsan have won 2, drawn 2 and lost 1 of their previous 5 games.
Once again this looks like a close one, however we’re siding with Ulsan.

Prediction: 1 – 2

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K League Classic 2014 Round 28 Results

Saturday September 27th

Jeju United 0 – 2 Incheon United
Busan I’Park 1 – 0 Seongnam FC
Sangju Sangmu 0 – 1 Suwon Bluewings

Sunday September 28th

Pohang Steelers 2 – 2 Jeonbuk Hyundai
Jeonnam Dragons 1 – 1 Ulsan Hyundai

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Coming Soon

K League Classic 2014 Round 28 Predictions Round Up

2 out of 5.

Finally

For information on the previous round of K League Classic action, K League Classic 2014 Round 27 CLICK HERE.

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Tim
Modern Seoul
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