The K League Classic title maybe in the hands of Jeonbuk Hyundai but with 2 rounds to go there are still plenty of things to win and lose. Saturday has more of a focus on the relegation battle as Gwangju need a win to avoid direct relegation.

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K League Classic 2017 League Table Update

Jeonbuk Hyundai are currently top the table 7 points and champions. In the champions league spots are Jeju United and Suwon Bluewings. Ulsan Hyundai and FC Seoul are a little behind them. Finally Gangwon complete the top half.

Pohang Steelers and Daegu are both safe for another season. Sangju, Incheon and Jeonnam are separated by a point in the battle to avoid the relegation playoff. Finally Gwangju complete the table 4 points adrift and still favorites to go down.

K League Classic 2017 Previews & Predictions (Saturday November 4th- Round 37)

Moving onto the days action, here are our brief previews and predictions for this Saturdays games;

Gangwon vs. FC Seoul @ 3pm (Championship)

Prediction:  0 – 2
The only game from the Championship Round features Gangwon and FC Seoul. FC Seoul won last weekend moving them 2 points off the Champions League positions. Gangwon have lost their last 3. Therefore FC Seoul will be obvious favorites.

Sangju Sangmu vs. Pohang Steelers @ 3pm (Relegation)

Prediction:  1 – 1
The first of 2 big relegation 6-pointers as Sangju host Pohang. Pohang are safe and on paper have the edge, however Sangju need the points so we see it being even and ending in a draw.

Daegu vs. Gwangju @ 3pm (Relegation)

Prediction:  2 – 1
Daegu claimed safety last weekend and rewarded their coach with a long term contract. Gwangju have improved recently but this maybe a game too far, we see Daegu edging it.

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K League Challenge 2017 Update

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No Challenge action this weekend, however the playoffs start soon with Asan Mungunghwa v Seongnam FC, with the winner facing Busan I’Park.

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Tim
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