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Preview: K League 2 Round 10

K League 2 Round 10 Preview
All of K League 2's scheduled fixtures for round 10 will take place this Sunday with eight of the ten teams in action throughout the day. In what is shaping up to be a super sunday of sorts, league leaders Seongnam host a Suwon FC side who slipped to ninth following the defeat to Daejeon. Elsewhere,  Bucheon 1995 will be aiming to build on last week's vital win over fellow promotion hopefuls Busan IPark when they host in-form Gwagju. All this and more in your comprehensive guide to round 10.
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Seongnam FC (1st) Vs Suwon FC (9th) 14:00

In the afternoon's slightly earlier kick off, table-topping Seongnam FC host a Suwon FC side who, despite so much promise, have slipped to second bottom of the table of late. Whereas the Magpies have won the last three on the bounce and are undefeated in 10 in all competitions, Suwon make the trip to Tancheon on the back of two straight defeats as fledgling gaffer Kim Daeui struggles with an injury-hit squad. Kim Dongchan, Adrian Leijer, and Alex Bruno are all out through injury, whilst Cho Yoomin who will serve the last match of his two-game ban. The last time these two sides met earlier i the campaign, Seongnam comfortably dispatched Suwon at Castle Park with a 4-1 win and, given the current landscape, will be heavy favourites for this one too.

Prediction: Seongnam FC 3-1 Suwon FC

Ansan Greeners (3rd) Vs Busan IPark (6th) 15:00

After a season scrapping it out in the bottom three in their debut year, Ansan Greeners are exceeding expectations by sitting in third place and just four points behind league leaders Seongnam. The Green Wolves, who have just one defeat in five, and two in ten, host Busan IPark at the weekend. Busan have struggled to get going thus far in 2018 and head to the Wa Stadium with just two wins in five and just three maximums all season. However, the south coast side will have midfielder Lee Jaekwon back from suspension.

Ansan Greeners columnist Mike Brandon previews the game here

FC Anyang  (10th) Vs Asan Mugunghwa (4th) 15:00

Heading into the second round of fixtures and FC Anyang are still without a win to their name. The Violets are finding life tough at the moment but have been desperately unlucky. Last time out, at home to Seongnam, Ko Jeongwoon's men gave the Mapgies a real fright, leading on two occasions during the course of the match. Then, in the last 10 minutes, strikes from Ju Hyunwoo and Moon Sangyun turned the game in its head and have Seongam a 3-2 lead. Anyang then had the opportunity to level in time added on but Brazilian forward Alex sent his spot kick wide of the post. Up next for Anyang is the visit of Asan Mugunghwa, a side who are firmly in the playoff hunt once again this season. However, the Police team make the short trip to Anyang on the back of a run of just two wins in their last seven games.

Prediction: FC Anyang  1-0 Asan Mugunghwa

Bucheon 1995 (2nd) Vs Gwangju FC (5th) 18:00

Bucheon ended a run of four straight losses by seeing off the challenge of fellow promotion hopefuls Busan IPark last weekend. The win puts Jung Gabsuk's side second in the table and with in a real chance of reaching the summit should Seongnam stutter at Suwon. Willian Popp is proving to be an extremely astute signing having already popped up with six goals this season, not far behind him is strike partner Gong Minhyun who has four. Gwangju, meanwhile, appear to be settling into life back into the second tier well after somewhat of a sticky start. After no wins from their first six games in all competitions, including a defeat to third tier side Daejeon Korail in the FA Cup, Gwangju are now on a run of four unbeaten have have won their last two, scoring seven.

Bucheon 1995 1 -1 Gwangju FC

Seoul E-Land P-P Daejeon Citizen

The fixture between Seoul E-Land and Daejeon Citizen has been postponed until August 15th.

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