Jeonbuk Hyundai and Jeju United meet in need of a turnaround. The starting lineups have been revealed.
Jeonbuk will face Jeju in the 29th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at Jeju World Cup Stadium on Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. KST. It is the last game for both teams before the September A-Match in about two weeks.메이저사이트
Jeonbuk is higher in the standings. With 12 wins, 6 draws, and 10 losses, they are in fourth place with 42 points. Jeju is ninth with nine wins, seven draws, and 12 losses and 34 points.
Aside from the first and second-place clubs (Ulsan and Pohang), which are relatively solid in the standings, the third- through sixth-place teams, which are very closely spaced in terms of points, are in a full-scale war to stay in the Final A (first through sixth). Jeonbuk is one of them.
Jeonbuk has good memories against Jeju this season. They’ve faced Jeju twice, both times winning 2-0. In the first meeting of the season, Jeonbuk won the away game. Jeonbuk will be looking to rekindle those memories and get all three points this time around.
Jeju is in desperate need of a win. They are in the midst of a fierce battle for the top spot and have lost two in a row, and are also on a four-game losing streak against Jeonbuk.
Jeonbuk will start Gustavo, Moon Sun-min, Hapa Silva, Boateng, Baek Seung-ho, Park Jin-seop, Jung Woo-jae, Hong Jung-ho, Jung Tae-wook, Ahn Hyun-beom, and Jung Min-ki (goalkeeper).
In response, Jeju will send Ahn Tae-hyun, Kim Dae-hwan, Yuri Jonatan, Kwon Sun-ho, Kim Bong-soo, Kim Joo-gong, Kim Oh-kyu, Lim Chae-min, Song Ju-hoon, Lee Ju-yong, and Kim Dong-joon (goalkeepers) onto the field first.