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Mini-preview: Busan IPark vs FC Anyang

Not much time until this one, and as always I'm on the run, so just a short look at this one. After suffering a 1-0 loss to Daegu on Children's Day, Busan will look to bounce back against a struggling Anyang side at the Asiad. Both teams are level on 7 points after 7 matches, and both are struggling to find goals (Busan - 6, Anyang - 5). A win for either could push either side back up towards the promotion playoff spots (although still a long time to go), while a loss would be a further demoralizing blow.

Who: Busan IPark FC vs FC Anyang
When: Sunday, May 8 1:30pm KST
Where: Asiad Main Stadium, Busan, South Korea
Why: K League Challenge Round 9







Team News

The club is in the middle of a 3 matches in 7 days, so expect plenty of rotation from Choi Young-joon. Club captain Lee Won-young picked up his third (I believe) yellow card of the season against Daegu, so he should be on the receiving end of a 1-match suspension. I suspect that despite the upcoming Busan derby FA Cup match midweek, Choi will roll out a stronger side in this one as, in theory, it's a tougher match than the one against Busan Transport Company. I would expect players like Ko Kyung-min (against his former club), Lee Yeong-jae, Daigo, and possibly the likes of Lee Chang-geun and Choi Seung-in to come back in for this.

Anyang News

Recent form: D-L-L-D-D

Like Busan, Anyang is not having the best of seasons. The team is winless since round 2 when they beat Gyeongnam 1-0, and goals have been in short supply. Defensively Anyang haven't been terrible, but they tend to concede at least one. I can't claim much knowledge on Anyang, so I won't go much further than this.

Sorry for the shortness of this post, and the lack of posts in general thereof. As is often the case, work/life getting in the way. Hopefully a more normal service can resume soon.

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