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Daejeon Citizen vs Ulsan Hyundai: Preview

Daejeon Citizen Vs Ulsan Hyundai

K League Classic Round 33 Sunday 4th October 2015 2:00 Kick Off

Form

Daejeon: LLLDLL
Ulsan: LWWDWW



The last fixture of the regular season see’s Ulsan make the long journey to Purple Arena, a side whose recent form hasn’t reflected their league standing.

The side that don the menacing horangi, or tiger to the layman,  on their crest have been on a tremendous run of form that has seen the displacement of league leaders Jeonbuk and once Asian Champions League-chasing Jeonnam, to name but a few.

Thus, if Daejeon are to give themselves any chance of notching their first home league win of the season, those proudly sport the maroon jerseys will need to show some tactical nous.

However, Daejeon’s form as a whole has been nothing short of disastrous with relegation merely a matter of time.

The gap is currently 12 points between Daejeon and 11th placed Busan; a win for the latter could see the former’s fait sealed by mid-October.

After Sunday just five more games await Daejeon but many if not all of of those could be in vain with relegation already effectively sewn up.

All Daejeon can hope for is that Pohang – Busan’s opponents on Sunday – do them a favour.

Previous Meetings

The last time Ulsan visited Purple Arena Daejeon managed to pick up a point for their endeavours.

Yang Dong-Hyun had given the visitors the lead on the stroke of half time only for promising young forward Seo Myeong-Won levelled midway through the second period.

However, these two sides have met twice since then; on both occasions it was Ulsan who came out on top.

In July Daejeon succumbed to a 4-1 defeat, which was preceded by an extra time loss in the FA Cup.

Daejeon’s last win against Ulsan was in August 2011 when the purples recorded a 1-0 win thanks to a Wagner strike in the 15th minute.



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