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Suwon FC v Seoul E-Land FC: Preview


Seoul E-Land will make the short hop down the highway in their Leoullercoaster bus (it's not what it's called but it should be!) to take on Suwon's second team this weekend hot on the heels of an impressive display against the might of Ulsan in the cup.

Job 1 will be to keep all eleven players (and coach) on the field this time as E-Land have picked up a remarkable number of reds in their short history so far - Lee Jae An was sent off against Daegu for time-wasting at a throw-in, Shin Il-Soo was dismissed against Sangju for a handball when he was pushed from behind, Martin Rennie was sent to the stand in the same match for leaving his technical area and in midweek Tarabai's appearance lasted a full 16 minutes before he was sent off for raising his feet.

Not keeping a full complement of players on the pitch has been one of the primary reasons why E-Land have yet to find a win in the league. They really should have done so against Bucheon last weekend however and Kim Jae Sung's missed penalty proved costly.

Suwon FC will present a stern test as they are currently flying in 2nd place in the league. They've certainly come a long way from their opening day humiliation at Anyang. Even Suwon have caught the draw bug though and their last 2 matches have ended level. They will be looking to Japa to get back on the goal trail in this one.

The K-League Challenge is a ridiculously close league this year as shown by the number of draws and the number of league leaders we have had even if the few short weeks of this season so far. Nobody has been able to pull away from the pack and a couple of wins can catapult you to the top of the table.

In all likelihood then this one will be tight as well and another E-Land draw wouldn't be the most unexpected result. There should be some goals in it though.

Key Man: While Ryan Johnson, Bobby Cullen and Tarabai have yet to find the net, the main goalscoring threat for Seoul E-Land has come from ex-Goyang man Joo Min-kyu. He will need to be on scoring form if E-Land are to get anything from this one.

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