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Preview: K League 2 Round 2

This weekend we see round two from the K League 2. Only one round of games have been played so far with the early leader Bucheon 1995 ahead following their win over Daejeon Citizen last time out. With only seven goals scored last week over the five games it will be interesting to see if it is another tight round of matches.         
(Image via Bucheon 1995)


Saturday 10th March 

Seongnam (5th) v Gwangju (7th) 14:00

The first game of the weekend will see Seongnam host Gwangju who both drew in round one. After missing out on promotion last time out the home side will be looking to at least make the playoffs this season. However, the hosts will be facing Gwangju who are looking to head straight back up to the K League 1 following relegation last season. After such a poor season last time out Gwangju still looks to have the same nerves as they struggled in front of goal last week drawing 0-0.

Prediction: Seongnam FC 1- 0 Gwangju FC 


Asan Mugunghwa (2nd) v Suwon FC (3rd) 17:00

The second game on Saturday will see Asan Mugunghwa face Suwon FC. Asan Mugunghwa goes into the game having won 1-0 last weekend while Suwon got a win by the same scoreline at home to Seoul E-Land. NWith two early 100% win records on the line, this promises to be a good game. Fans should perhaps expect a tight game but the K League 2 big spenders Suwon should come away with the three points, however.

Prediction: Asan Mugunghwa 1-2 Suwon FC

Sunday 11th March 

Ansan Greeners (9th) v Daejeon Citizen (8th) 15:00

Ansan Greeners will face Daejeon Citizen this Sunday and with both teams having lost narrowly last week, the teams will be looking to bounce back with a win. Daejeon Citizen who have a whole new team with around a squad of 56, you feel will take time to gel. Whilst the Purples will be looking to improve, this game may be just a bit too early for them and so a win South Korea's newest K League club Ansan Greeners should come away with the three points.

Prediction: Ansan Greeners 1-0 Daejeon Citizen

Columnists Mike Brandon and Paul Neat preview the game here.

Seoul E-Land  (10th) v Busan I'Park (4th) 15:00 

Seoul E-Land will face Busan IPark at the Seoul Olympic Stadium on Sunday.  The home side will be hoping to kick-start their season and get some points on the table. This will not be an easy task however against Busan IPark, the side who missed out so narrowly on promotion to the K League 1 last season.  The away side will be the favourites this weekend also after only missing out on three points last weekend thanks to a very late Eder penalty for Seongnam.

Columnist Michael Redmond previews the game here

Anyang (6th) v Bucheon 1995 (1st) 15:00 

Last but not least we see early leaders Bucheon 1995 make the short trip across Gyeonggi Province to face FC Anyang. Anyang has a whole new team and may prove to be a challenge but against a strong Bucheon 1995, it may prove too stern a test to come away with anything for their endeavours. The away side have a player to look out for who is brilliantly named Willian Popp who scored last week on his debut.

Prediction: Anyang 0-2 Bucheon 1995

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