K League Classic continues this Wednesday with the 3rd set of games a week with round 26 of the season. The highlight game this round of games is the top half of the table battle between leaders Jeonbuk Hyundai and 5th placed Jeonnam Dragons. Both sides fell to surprise defeats at the weekend and will be looking to bounce back in this one.
Updated K League Classic League Table
The league table has finally taken shape after 24 games, but there are a few tight areas remaining. Jeonbuk Hyundai are still top and are 7 points clear. Suwon and Pohang are just behind them, with FC Seoul, Pohang and Seongnam completing the top half all on 38 points. Incheon, Gwangju and Jeju United are separated by just 3 points in 7th-9th. Then come Ulsan, Busan and finally Daejeon who are 13 points adrift, completing the table.
K League Classic 2015 Round 26 Previews & Predictions
This round of games all take place on Wednesday. All of the games take place in the early evening at 7pm / 7.30pm. Here are our brief previews and predictions of this weekend K League Classic Round 26 Games;
Wednesday August 19th 2015:
Gwangju vs. Daejeon Citizen (7pm)
Gwangju didn’t play at the weekend but draw their game a week ago vs. Jeonnam. Bottom side Daejeon Citizen are 13 points adrift at the foot of the league, with only 1 win all season. Neither side is on top form but Gwangju will come into this one favorites.
Prediction: 2 – 1
Busan I’Park vs. FC Seoul (7pm)
Busan I’Park let a 2 goal slip at the weekend vs. relegation rivals Ulsan and are still down in 11th place. FC Seoul didn’t play at the weekend, but are on a 2 game winning run and are solid away from home. Seoul will be slight favorites to take home the win here.
Prediction: 1 – 2
Jeonbuk Hyundai vs. Jeonnam Dragons (7pm)
League leaders Jeonbuk Hyundai suffered a bit of a hammering this weekend losing 3-0 on the road to Pohang. But have only lost once at home this season and are 7 points clear at the top. Jeonnam Dragons also lost at the weekend and haven’t scored in their last 2 games. Jeonbuk will be favorites despite this past weekends result.
Prediction: 2 – 0
Incheon United vs. Jeju United (7.30pm)
Incheon United bounced back from a 3 game losing run to win at the weekend on the road vs. Jeonnam Dragons. They also have the best defensive record in the league. Jeju United on the other hand have one of the worst defensive records in the league and have only picked up 1 point in 4. Incheon will favorites here.
Prediction: 1 – 0
Ulsan Hyundai vs. Pohang Steelers (7.30pm)
Ulsan have looked improved recently and come back from 2 goals down at the weekend to take home a point vs. Busan I’Park. Pohang Steelers have 3 wins and a draw in 4 and are the leagues in form side. This one is tough to call, but we see Pohang edging it just.
Prediction: 1 – 2
Suwon Bluewings vs. Seongnam FC (7pm)
Suwon Bluewings have scored 6 in their last two games both wins, and are gaining on leaders Jeonbuk. Seongnam FC are also in form with 2 wins and 2 draws from 4, whilst only conceding one. This one will be close and we see a draw being the likely outcome.
Prediction: 1 – 1
K League Classic 2015 Round 26 Results
Wednesday August 15th 2015:
Gwangju 1 – 2 Daejeon Citizen
Busan I’Park 2 – 4 FC Seoul
Jeonbuk Hyundai 2 – 1 Jeonnam Dragons
Incheon United 1 – 0 Jeju United
Ulsan Hyundai 1 – 1 Pohang Steelers
Suwon Bluewings 0 – 1 Seongnam FC
Pictures and Instagram Posts from K League Classic 2015 Round 26
K League Classic 2015 Round 26 Predictions Round Up
3 Correct Results with 1 perfect score.
Round 25: 3 Correct Results but no perfect scores.
Round 24: 4 Correct Results with 2 perfect scores.
Round 23: 2 Correct Results with 1 perfect score.
Round 22: 2 correct results with no perfect scores.
Round 21: 2 correct results with no perfect scores.
Round 20: 4 correct results with 3 perfect scores.
Round 19: 5 correct results with 1 perfect score.
Round 18: 2 Correct Results with 1 perfect score (same as the previous 2 weeks).
Round 17: 2 Correct Results with 1 perfect score.
Round 16: Only 2 correct results with 1 perfect score, 2 surprise away wins and a couple of dull 0-0s didn’t help.
Round 15: Only 1 correct result, in a weekend of very surprising results.
Round 14: 3 correct results but no perfect scores.
Round 13: 3 correct results but no perfect scores.
Round 12: 2 correct results with one perfect score (only 4 games this round vs. a normal 6)
Round 11: 4 Correct results but no perfect scores.
Round 10: 2 Correct results with 1 perfect score.
Round 9: 1 Correct result and it was a perfect score. (Bad Round)
Round 8: 3 Correct Results with 2 perfect scores.
Round 7: 3 correct results but no perfect scores.
Round 6: 5 correct results from the 6 games, with 2 perfect scores.
Round 5: 2 correct results but no perfect scores.
Round 4: 3 correct results but no perfect scores (same as Round 3).
Round 3: 3 correct results, but no perfect scores.
Round 2: 2 correct results both perfect scores.
Round 1: 2 correct results with 1 perfect score.
K League Challenge 2015
No K League Challenge action this Wednesday, the league returns this coming Saturday with round 28.
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