The K League Classic on Saturday has complete focus on the relegation battle. Gwangju are already going down but Sangju, Jeonnam and Incheon still face a possible relegation playoff match. The highlight games will be Daegu v Jeonnam and Incheon v Sangju.

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K League Classic 2017 League Table Update

Top Half: Jeonbuk Hyundai are currently top the table 9 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.

Bottom Half: Pohang Steelers and Daegu are both safe for another season. Incheon, Jeonnam and Sangju are separated by a point in the battle to avoid the relegation playoff. Finally Gwangju complete the table 5 points adrift and relegated.

Basically on Saturday if Incheon win Sangju are in the playoff. If Incheon-Sangju draw or Sangju win then Jeonnam need a point to be safe.

K League Classic 2017 Previews & Predictions (Saturday November 17th- Round 38)

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

Daegu vs. Jeonnam Dragons @ 3pm (Relegation)

Prediction:  1 – 2
One of the big games of the day. With Daegu already securing safety Jeonnam should have the edge on the day as they need a result.

Incheon United vs. Sangju Sangmu @ 3pm (Relegation)

Prediction:  1 – 1
The second big game of the day; this will be a cagey counter attacking game. We see it ending in a draw giving Incheon safety.
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Gwangju vs. Pohang Steelers @ 3pm (Relegation)

Prediction:  1 – 1
Basically a post season friendly which doesn’t really have any importance. Both sides will ring the changes and field squad players, so draw.

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K League Challenge 2017 Update


This weekend Busan I’Park face Asan Mugunghwa in the playoff final, the winner will progress to the 2 legged Promotion/Relegation Playoff final.


Asan Mugunghwa beat Seongnam FC 1-0 on a cold Wednesday evening to reach the final on Saturday.

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