It’s Guy Fawkes Night back in the UK and fingers crossed their will be some fireworks in the K League Classic on Sunday afternoon. The title race is over but the silver and bronze medals are still on the table in the form of Champions League spots. Details of Sundays games below;
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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.
* Please Note The Table Doesn’t Include Saturday’s Results *
K League Classic 2017 Previews & Predictions (Sunday November 5th- Round 37)
Moving onto the days action, here are our brief previews and predictions for this Sundays games;
Ulsan Hyundai vs. Jeonbuk Hyundai @ 3pm (Championship)
Prediction: 1 – 1
The champions Jeonbuk begin their tour with a visit to fellow Hyundai side Ulsan. The #hyundaiderby has had it’s moments over the years, but this weekend we see it ending in a draw.
Jeju United vs. Suwon Bluewings @ 3pm (Championship)
Prediction: 4 – 2
Strangely for Jeju they’ve lost 9 and only won 8 at home vs. Suwon over the years. So we see them evening up that tally with a victory on Sunday. It will be close however.
Jeonnam Dragons vs. Incheon United @ 3pm (Relegation)
Prediction: 2 – 1
Both sides drew 0-0 last weekend and recently have been poor. However Jeonnam seem to know an Incheon weakness and can score at ease against them. So we’re siding with a narrow home win for Jeonnam.
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K League Challenge 2017 Update
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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