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Incheon United are looking to bounce back as they take on winless Suwon FC

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Coming into this game both Incheon United and Suwon FC will be looking to bounce back for disappointing recent results and pick up an important three points. Historically Incheon have a perfect home record against Suwon FC and will be keen to hold onto it.

Recent Form

Starting with the hosts for this midweek clash Incheon United. Incheon have a single win to their name, but also three defeats. They lost narrowly in the Gyeongin Derby at the weekend dropping them down the table to ninth. Finally Incheon will be without attacker Song Si-woo following has straight red card against Seoul on Saturday.

Moving over to Suwon FC and their recent form is similar to Incheon. They haven't won so far this season drawing twice and losing twice. With a key issue being a lack of goals, as they've only scored twice in their first season back in the K League 1 since promotion last season. Suwon will also be missing Park Ji-soo who was sent off this past weekend.


What to Watch

Starting again with Incheon United they have looked short upfront so far this season without star forward Stefan Mugosa. He's currently fifty-fifty heading into this game and therefore Incheon will be looking at Yu Dong-gyu and Kim Hyun to take the opportunity and find some scoring form.
 
At the back Incheon have looked improved for the most part with the experience of the Seok trio Oh Jae-seok, Oh Ban-seok and Kim Kwang-seok proving important. Due to this improving area Incheon have looked strong on the break and that could be a opening for goals this Wednesday.
 
Looking at Wednesday evenings visitors winless Suwon FC. Suwon won promotion last season and have brought in a number of players to help with the transition. However they have yet to gel and although they can look dangerous moving forward their are obvious holes at the back.
 
The creators for Suwon FC on paper should be Brazilian Murilo (formerly Jeonbuk Hyundai) and former Incheon captain Kim Ho-nam. However they maybe without Yang Dong-hyen again which leaves South African Lars Veldwijk who is yet to score this season. Goals are therefore an issue for Suwon just as with Incheon, so maybe don't expect many on Wednesday evening.

Who to Watch



Due to the recent absence of star Stefan Mugosa Incheon have lacked an obvious goal scoring outlet. However Costa Rican midfielder Elias Aguilar has stepped up early on this season and has two games in the opening four games of the season. Normally he's the creator of Incheon's best openings on the field, but this season he seems to be wearing his scoring boots. He'll be a danger from Suwon on Wednesday for sure.


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