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Who can bounce back as Incheon United and Suwon Bluewings clash on Wednesday?

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Incheon United host Suwon Bluewings on Wednesday evening with both sides looking to bounce back from back-to-defeats. Historically Suwon Bluewings enjoy facing Incheon and have won or drawn eighty-six percent of their games against Wednesdays hosts. However Incheon really follow the form-book and often surprise everyone.

Recent Form

The host on Wednesday will be Incheon United who have lost four of their last five games. They fell to a disappointing two-one defeat on Sunday afternoon against Gwangju FC, but did endure playing for over an hour with only ten men after Moon Ji-hwan saw red. So far this season Incheon haven't drawn a single game which is slightly out of character.

Moving over to the visitors Suwon Bluewings, who like Incheon have lost their past two games, but they did at least enjoy a fruitful start to the season and so they're still in the top half. They lost on Saturday to league leaders Jeonbuk by three goals to one and struggled to get into the game for the entire ninety minutes.


What to Watch

Incheon United might have put four past Suwon FC a few weeks ago, however apart from that one evening they have looking a little short upfront and are certainly missing the presence of star striker Stefan Mugosa. Mugosa might be involved on Wednesday, however his return may only be a match fitness building cameo. So Incheon will need to rely on Costa Rican Elias Aguilar as well as Brazilian Negueba.
 
Taking a quick look at the Incheon defensive line the Seok trio Oh Jae-seok, Oh Ban-seok and Kim Kwang-seok have been proving important during the opening months of the month. As well as keeper Lee Tae-hui who has produced a few fantastic stops in recent games confirming his spot as number one.

Now looking at the visitors Suwon Bluewings, the game last Saturday highlighted their main weakness so far this season a lack of goals and attacking options. Young forward Jeong Sang-bin seems like he could develop into an important player, but at the point Suwon can't rely on an unproven nineteen year old. On paper Seriban Uroš Đerić should be their main goal outlet, but he's only scored once in six games since joining during pre-season.

Defensively Suwon Bluewings had been strong up until this past weekend when Jeonbuk found seem gaps in their backline. That being said keeper No Dong-Geon is generally reliable and Suwon haven't yet switched up their defensive matchday selections.

Who to Watch

 
 
Incheon keeper Lee Tei-hui is often the center of the action when Incheon have played this season and although hasn't saved them from defeat he has at least kept them in the game and the scorelines respectable. He is gelling with the newer additions at the back, and his form could be an important factor when Incheon face low scoring Suwon Bluewings on Wednesday.


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