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Preview: K League 2 Round 9

Preview: K League 2 Round 9
We go in to round 9 of the K League 2 season with only one side still undefeated. Seongnam, K League 2's top side, will look to keep their unbeaten run going against a very poor-looking FC Anyang team who are still without a win this season. Elsewhere Bucheon 1995 have been on a dreadful run and will look to amend that against a stuttering Busan IPark side. 
(Image via K League)

Saturday 28th April 

FC Anyang (10th) v Seongnam FC (1st) 15:00

The Saturday's only 3pm kick-off will see bottom side FC Anyang host table-topping Seongnam FC. With the away side full of confidence you can only see one winner in K Leagues 2's first game of the weekend. Despite being unbeaten, the Magpies side have not managed to score many goals so will look to put this right against a team that looks to be low on confidence at present. Former Jeonbuk Hyundai forward Eder in particular will be looking to add to his four goals scored already this season.

Prediction: FC Anyang 0-2 Seongnam FC

Bucheon 1995 (3rd) v Busan IPark (5th) 19:00

Bucheon 1995 host Busan I'Park at the Bucheon Stadium this Saturday evening. As the host is yet to win in April they will look to end the month with a win. As Busan I'Park has had an indifferent start to the season they will be looking to maintain a top half league finish with a good performance. With South Korean striker Choi Seung-In will look to add to his two goals last weekend against a team low on confidence. However, Bucheon 1995 will know with a win they can very much start to join the title race again.

Columnist Tom Marcantonio previews the game: here

Sunday 29th April 

Suwon FC (7th) v Daejeon Citizen (8th) 16:00


Sunday's first game will see two sides who look like they might be battling it out to get out of the bottom half of the table this season. Suwon comes into this game after a 5-0 defeat to K League 2 new side Gwangju. This defeat will have knocked the confidence in the camp and they will need a big response against Daejeon Citzen. Although the away side come into the game themselves on a poor run with only two wins from eight games so far.

Columnist Paul Neat previews this one: here

Seoul E-Land (9th) v Ansan Greeners (2nd) 17:00

To the South Korean capital now as Seoul E-Land host Ansan Greeners.  The Greeners have surpassed many people's expectations this season, sitting in second, and so will be looking to win and they keep their good run going. The away side's run has seen them only lose once this season. Last time out they beat the previous K League 2 leaders, Bucheon 1995. Attacker Choi Ho-Joo managed two goals in this game and will hope this goal-scoring run will continue after only scoring one in the first seven games of the season.

Columnist Michael Redmond previews the game: here

Prediction: Seoul E-Land 0-1 Ansan Greeners

Asan Mugunghwa (4th) v Gwangju FC (6th) 17:00 

Asan Mugunghwa will host Gwangju at the Yishunsin Stadium on Sunday. The match will see two sides who have had a decent April go head-to-head. Both clubs are now looking to end the month on a high as they push for the top end of the table. The home side comes into this game on the back of a very poor goalless draw with Seoul E-Land, however. Meanwhile, Gwangju last game couldn't have been any different since they won 5-0 at home to Suwon fc. With Gwangju having not conceded in the league also since the 17th March I can see the away side coming away with the points.


Prediction: Asan Mugunghwa 1-2 Gwangju FC

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