K League Classic 2015 Round 32 September 23rdThe K League Classic continues this weekend with it’s 32nd round of games. There are now just 2 games to go until the League Split so everybody has something to play for. The highlight game of this round of games is the local derby between FC Seoul and Seongnam FC. Both sides sit on 48 points and are still in the hunt for a top 3 place and a spot in next seasons Asian Champions League.

Updated K League Classic League Table

K League Classic 2015 League Table September 23rdThe league table is lead by Jeonbuk Hyundai who have top since close to the start of the season and are 8 points clear. Suwon and Pohang Steelers are just behind them, with Seongnam, Seoul and Incheon completing the top half. Jeonnam Dragons lead the bottom half in 7th (3 points behind Incheon), with Jeju United and Ulsan in 8th and 9th. Then come Gwangju who are 11 points ahead of 11th placed Busan and finally Daejeon who are 12 points adrift, completing the table.

K League Classic 2015 Round 32 Previews & Predictions

This round of games take place on on Wednesday Evening. All of the games take place in the early evening. Here are our brief previews and predictions of this K League Classic Round 32 round of Games;

Wednesday September 23rd 2015:
Jeonnam Dragons vs. Suwon Bluewings (7pm)

Jeonnam Dragons haven’t won in 5 games need and lost at the weekend 3-2 despite being 2 goals up after 11 minutes. Suwon Bluewings are currently 2nd in the league but fell to a surprise 3-0 defeat to rivals Seoul at the weekend. We see Suwon bouncing back and winning this one.
Prediction: 1 – 2

Gwangju vs. Jeonbuk Hyundai (7pm)

Gwangju have won 1, drawn 1 and lost 1 of their previous 3 games highlighting their inconsistent recent form. League leaders Jeonbuk on the other hand have won 3 of the last 4 and could tie up the title in the next few weeks. Jeonbuk will be favorites here.
Prediction: 0 – 2

Busan I’Park vs. Jeju United (7pm)

Busan I’Park lost a close game at the weekend on the road vs. Incheon United, and now haven’t won in almost 2 months. Jeju United also lost at the weekend and look set to play in the relegation round of the league split. This one looks like a draw on paper as neither team has much to play for.
Prediction: 1 – 1

Daejeon Citizen vs. Pohang Steelers (7.30pm)

Bottom side Daejeon have only picked up 12 points all season and could be relegated within the next few weeks. They’ve only picked up 4 points in 3 months. Pohang Steelers have won 2 straight and look to be mounting a late title run. Pohang will be heavy favorites here.
Prediction: 0 – 2

FC Seoul vs. Seongnam (7.30pm)

FC Seoul picked up a memorable and slightly surprising 3-0 “Super Match” win over Suwon at the weekend and are still in with a chance of making the champions league spots. Seongnam also won at the weekend and at level on points with Seoul. This is a local derby and on paper looks very even, however we’re giving Seoul the edge.
Prediction: 2 – 1

Incheon United vs. Ulsan Hyundai (7.30pm)

Incheon United still have an outside shot at a first ever Asian Champions League spot, however they could also still play in the relegation group if they lose. Ulsan have won 3 and drawn 1 of their last 4 games and are one of the leagues form sides. This looks tight on paper and a draw looks the likely outcome.
Prediction: 1 – 1

K League Classic LogoK League Classic 2015 Round 32 Results

Wednesday September 23rd 2015:

Jeonnam Dragons 0 – 2 Suwon Bluewings
Gwangju 1 – 2 Jeonbuk Hyundai
Busan I’Park 0 – 2 Jeju United
Daejeon Citizen 0 – 1 Pohang Steelers
FC Seoul 0 – 1 Seongnam FC
Incheon United 1 – 2 Ulsan Hyundai

6 wins out of 6 for the away sides on the night.

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K League Classic 2015 Round 32 Predictions Round Up

3 correct results but no perfect scores.

Previous Rounds

Round 32: 2 correct results, but no perfect scores.
Round 30: 1 correct result after a weekend of surprises and draws.
Round 29: Only 2 correct results and no perfect scores.
Round 28: 2 Correct but no perfect scores.
Round 27: 3 correct results with 1 perfect score.
Round 26: 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 Round 35

K League Challenge 2015 Round 35 September 23The K League Challenge moves into the 35th round (out of 44) of the 2015 season. The highlight game of the this round of fixtures is of course the top of the table clash between 2nd placed / in-form Daegu and current league leaders / out-of form Sangju Sangmu. This could impact the title race massively.

K League Challenge League Table Update

K League Challenge 2015 League Table September 23rdThe league table has now started to take shape, Sangju Sangmu now have just a +6 goal difference lead at the top. They are just ahead of Daegu, Seoul E-Land (by 4 points) and Suwon (also by 4 points) who make up the playoff places. Bucheon and Goyang are just behind them. Gangwon, FC Anyang and Ansan are still slightly in the playoff race in 7th-9th. Chungju Hummel are 10th and finally bottom club is now Gyeongnam who slipped down to the foot of the table, but are only a two points adrift.

K League Challenge 2015 Round 35 Fixtures and Predictions

Wednesday September 23rd 2015:

Gyeongnam vs. Bucheon 1995 (7pm)

Prediction: 1 – 2

Suwon City FC vs. Chungju Hummel (7.30pm)

Prediction: 1 – 0

Daegu vs. Sangju Sangmu (7.30pm)

Prediction: 2– 1

Seoul E-Land FC vs. Ansan Police (7.30pm)

Prediction: 2 – 0

Goyang Hi vs. FC Anyang (8pm)

Prediction: 1 – 1

K League Challenge 2015 Round 35 Results

Wednesday September 23rd 2015:

Gyeongnam 1 – 0 Bucheon 1995
Suwon City 2 – 1 Chungju Hummel
Daegu 5 – 1 Sangju Sangju
Seoul E-Land 1 – 1 Ansan Police
Goyang Hi 1 – 0 FC Anyang

Predictions Update: 2 correct results, but no perfect scores.

Finally

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Modern Seoul
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