Korean FA Cup 2015 Final October 31stThey weekend see’s a break in normal K League Classic games for the always exciting FA Cup Final. This year it’s between local rivals FC Seoul and Incheon United. FC Seoul were runners-up last season and have won it once before, whilst this is the first time Incheon have made it to this showpiece final. Here are ours Previews and Prediction for the 2015 Korean FA Cup Final;

Korean FA Cup (KFA Cup) Final Preview & Prediction

FC Seoul vs. Incheon United
(1.30pm @ The Seoul World Cup Stadium)

FC Seoul
Road to the Final:
4th Round: 3 – 0 vs. Gyeongju HNP
5th Round: 2 – 1 vs. Hwaseong
Quarter Final: 2 – 1 vs. Pohang Steelers
Semi Final: 2 – 1 vs. Ulsan Hyundai
Form:
FC Seoul have won 4 and drawn 1 of their previous 5 games in all competitions and still have a shot at a champions league spot via league position. They’re unbeaten vs Incheon in their last 5 meetings and made the FA Cup Final last year (they lost vs. Seongnam).

Incheon United
Road to the Final:
4th Round: 2 – 0 vs. Bucheon 1995
5th Round: 1 – 0 vs. Cheonan City
Quarter Final: 2 – 0 (AET) vs. Jeju United
Semi Final: 2 – 0 (AET) vs. Jeonnam Dragons
Form:
Incheon have just one win from their last 5 games in all competitions, and are currently 7th placed in the K League Classic (top of the relegation round). They’ve lost 2 and drawn 1 of the 3 games vs. FC Seoul this season in the league.

This is a cup final and local derby so both teams will be giving 100% and therefore it will be very close. We feel that Seoul will edge it (maybe after extra time).

Prediction: 2 – 1

Korean FA Cup Logo 2013Korean FA Cup (KFA Cup) Final Result

Saturday October 31st 2015:

FC Seoul 3 – 1 Incheon United

Goals from Takahagi, Adriano and Molina helped FC Seoul claim the 2015 FA Cup trophy and a place in the 2016 Asian Champions League. Incheon keep it interesting with a goal from Lee Hyo-Gyun part way into the second half.
The official Attendance was 26,797; 76 more than last year.

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K League Challenge 2015 Round 41

K League Challenge 2015 Round 41 October 31The K League Challenge moves towards it’s conclusion and into the 41st round (out of 44) of the 2015 season. The highlight game of the this round of games is the late Saturday game between current league leaders Daegu and 3rd placed Seoul E-Land FC. This is an important game is the championship / promotion battle and could be very entertaining.

K League Challenge League Table Update

K League Challenge 2015 League Table October 31stThe league table is now lead by Daegu who have a 3 point gap at the top. They are just ahead of Sangju Sangmu, Seoul E-Land and Suwon City who make up the playoff places. Bucheon are 8 points behind them, with Goyang Hi 2 points adrift of them. FC Anyang, Gangwon and Ansan are out of the playoff race in 7th-9th. Gyeongnam are 10th and finally bottom club is now Chungju Hummel who slipped down to the foot of the table, and are now 6 points adrift.

*Remember all sides play 40 games this season (everybody home & away twice).

K League Challenge 2015 Round 41 Fixtures and Predictions

Saturday October 31st 2015:

Chungju Hummel vs. Ansan Police (1.40pm)

Prediction: 1 – 2

Bucheon 1995 vs. FC Anyang (2pm)

Prediction: 1 – 1

Daegu vs. Seoul E-Land FC (4pm)

Prediction: 2 – 1

Sunday November 1st 2015:

Sangju Sangmu vs. Gyeongnam (2pm)

Prediction: 2 – 0

Goyang Hi vs. Gangwon (2pm)

Prediction: 0 – 0

K League Challenge 2015 Round 40 Results

Saturday October 31st 2015:

Chungju Hummel 0 – 0 Ansan Police
Bucheon 1995 0 – 1 FC Anyang
Daegu 3 – 3 Seoul E-Land FC

Sunday November 1st 2015:

Sangju Sangmu 1 – 0 Gyeongnam
Goyang Hi 2 – 4 Gangwon

Predictions Update: 1 correct this weekend :(.

Finally

For information on the all of our previous K League 2015 Round by Round Previews and More: CLICK HERE

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Tim
Modern Seoul
tim@modernseoul.org

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