The K League Challenge reaches the 37th round landmark of the 2016 season with the midweek round, with only 44 rounds this season there isn’t a long way to go. This round includes a number of interesting encounters, however for us the standout game is between 5th placed Busan I’Park and 3rd placed Daegu. A win for Busan will push them squarely into the playoff picture again, however a defeat will make their final 6 games must win. For Daegu a win would keep their slim championship hopes alive and cement the playoff spot further.
Also at the bottom 2nd sides clash as Goyang look for just their 2nd win of the season. They once again lowered the league record lowest attendance at the weekend as only 162 turned up to their 41,000+ stadium. It maybe lowered again Wednesday evening.
K League Challenge 2016 League Table Update
The league table is looking close as we enter the final quarter of the season and Ansan Mugunghwa currently lead the way with a 4 point lead over Bucheon 1995 in 2nd. Gangwon and Daegu complete the playoff places. The next 4 sides are only separated by 6 points, but are 4+ points away from the playoff places. At the other end of the table, Goyang and Chungju are both well adrift of the rest now. But fortunately for them there is no relegation this season.
K League Challenge 2016 Round 37 Predictions
This round of games all take place on Wednesday (5). The games all take place in the early evening, anywhere between 6pm-8pm. Here are our predictions for the 37th round of 2016 K League Challenge games;
Wednesday September 28th 2016:
Gangwon vs. FC Anyang (6pm)
Prediction: 2 – 1
Goyang Zaicro vs. Chungju Hummel (7pm)
Prediction: 1 – 3
Busan I’Park vs. Daegu (7pm)
Prediction: 1 – 1
Ansan Mugunghwa vs. Daejeon Citizen (7.30pm)
Prediction: 0 – 2
Seoul E-Land vs. Bucheon 1995 (8pm)
Prediction: 2 – 2
K League Challenge 2016 Round 37 Results
Wednesday September 28th:
Gangwon 3-0 FC Anyang
Goyang Zaicro 1-0 Chungju Hummel
Busan I’Park 0-2 Daegu
Ansan Mugunghwa 1-0 Daejeon Citizen
Seoul E-Land 1-1 Bucheon 1995
Only 142 turned up for the Goyang game and new league record low.
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