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Preview: K League 2 Round 11

K League 2 Round 11 Preview
It is K League 2 round 11 this weekend with games taking place over three days - Saturday, Sunday and Monday. It should be an exciting weekend of action as Seongnam look to keep their unbeaten run going while they look to make it five wins out of five. We will also see Asan Mugunghwa travel to Bucheon 1995 with the visitors looking to close the gap on second place to just one point. 
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Saturday 12 May 

Daejeon Citizen (7th) Vs FC Anyang (10th) 15:00

Anyang will travel to play Daejeon Citizen at Daejeon World Cup Stadium this Saturday afternoon. The visitors have not got going at all this season and you'd think that the home side should come away with the three points. Citizen themselves have not looked convincing this season, however with a 2-1 win last time out at Suwon, the Purples seems to be moving in the correct direction.

Read Daejeon Citizen Columnist Paul Neat's preview: here

Gwangju FC (6th) Vs Seongnam FC (1st) 15:00

Gwangju host the league leaders and the K League's only unbeaten side Seongnam this weekend. With the away side only a point clear at the top of the table they will look to keep up their winning run which has seen them win four games in a row. Meanwhile, the hosts only narrowly lost to Bucheon 1995 last time out and will feel another good performance could derail the league leaders. This then has all the ingredients to be the match of the weekend and entertaining game.

Read the preview by from Branko Belanhere

Sunday 13 May

Busan IPark (4th) Vs Seoul E-Land (8th) 14:00
The only game this Sunday will see Busan IPark take on Seoul E-Land, with the away side looking to continue their revival after a sticky start to the season. Both teams come into the game on the back of wins in round 10 and so will be desperate to get a winning run going with both clubs aiming to be playoff challengers come to the end of the season. Although despite being the team lower down the league at present the visitors could cause a bit of an upset here. With this in mind, it could be worth keeping a lookout for this one on Sunday afternoon.

Columnists Tom Marcantonio and Michael Redmond preview the game: here

Monday 14th May 

Suwon FC (9th) Vs Ansan Greeners (5th) 19:30

This game will see teams who have struggled in recent weeks with Suwon having not got going yet all season. The visitors have not won since beating Bucheon 1995 and will be looking to regain that level of performance on Monday evening. Meanwhile, I could see Suwon poor run continue unless they could sure up the defence. With this in mind, Kim Da-Sol will be hoping his defence can help him out as he looks to get a clean sheet.

Columnist Mike Brandon's preview to follow: here

Bucheon 1995 (2nd) Vs Asan Mugunghwa (3rd) 19:30

Monday nights other game will see second against third in a match between two sides who have serious ambitions of winning the league still. Bucheon 1995 the early leaders look to have recovered from their recent slump. While Asan Mugunghwa is looking like they have found a bit of consistency. This could then be a close match and I could see it ending in a score draw.

Columnist Branko Belan preview to follow for this intriguing clash: here

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