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Suwon Samsung Bluewings Vs Daejeon Citizen: Preview

Suwon Samsung Bluewings Vs Daejeon Citizen

K League Classic Wednesday 12th August 2015 KO 7:00PM

Form

Suwon: LDWWWD
Daejeon: LLLLLL

Having had time to get his new players on the training ground – all twelve of them - Coach Choi now faces the unenviable task of taking his team to Big Bird to take on K League giants Suwon Samsung.


Citizen’s opponents still harbour championship winning hopes despite being 10 points adrift of current champions and table-toppers Jeonbuk.

Accordingly, as the autumn months and the business end of things beckon, the season is beginning to get to the stage where games become “must-win” for teams who have it all to play for.

Any game is as such for Daejeon who are still in single figures points-wise; 12 points behind 11th place Busan and 16 points behind Ulsan who have their heads completely above water.

Of course, 11th place would not guarantee Daejeon safety; instead it would merely set up a relegation playoff with a side from the second tier.

Daejeon’s form does not make great reading, however.

Actually, it’s bleak – just one league win all season.

Ironically, though, that win was against Suwon at Big Bird in April.

Daejeon have proved that they can throw can perform admirably when they want to having had narrow defeats to FC Seoul and Jeonbuk for example, and of course the aforementioned victory against Suwon.


Suwon away is as tough as they come, any sort of positive that Daejeon can take from the game whether that be a performance, a goal, a point – absolutely anything would give the club a lift heading into a vital period.

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