Sat. Sep 30th, 2023

온라인바카라 The third ‘Hyundai Family Derby’ of the season between Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai will take place in Ulsan.

Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai will face off in the 27th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 at the Ulsan Munsu Stadium on Nov. 19.

Ulsan is in first place with 18 wins, three draws and five losses and 57 points, while Jeonbuk is third with 12 wins, five draws and nine losses and 41 points.

Defending champions Ulsan have a commanding lead. They have an 11-point lead over the second-place Pohang Steelers. So they don’t seem to have much pressure on them.

However, Ulsan hasn’t been playing well lately. In their five matches from Rounds 22 to 26, Ulsan won one, drew one, and lost three (1-2 against Incheon United, 1-3 against Suwon Samsung Electronics, 2-1 against Jeju United, 0-0 against Daegu FC, and 0-2 against Gangwon FC), securing only four points.

In particular, in rounds 22 and 23, they suffered two consecutive defeats for the first time since Hong Myung-bo took over as head coach in 2021, and after a win against Jeju in round 24, they went two games without a win (one draw and one loss) again.

On top of that, their last five games have been poor. In that span, Ulsan has scored four goals and conceded eight. In their last two games, they haven’t scored at all. They only had one multi-goal game (2 against Jeju).

It’s also heartbreaking to see that their three losses in their last five games have come against mid-table teams like 7th-ranked Incheon, 12th-ranked Suwon, and 11th-ranked Gangwon.

Even without Park Yong-woo, who has been a lifesaver in the defensive midfield, this result was hardly expected.

Ulsan will also be without Uhm Won-sang and Rubik’s Cube, who were both outstanding in the opening match against Jeonbuk in February. Uhm is still recovering from injury, and Rubixson has been playing less frequently due to a lack of form.

As the frontline has stumbled, the defense has also faltered, conceding multiple goals in four of their last five games. The only clean sheet came in Round 25 against Daegu (0-0 draw).

Therefore, the players need to turn things around. To turn things around, we need to start with strong forward pressure. They need to stop the fast-moving front from the flanks.

Jeonbuk has succeeded in turning the team’s fortunes around since the appointment of Dan Peterscu. The team employs a simple tactic. In the flanks, the team is centered around players with speed, including Moon Sun-min, Han Kyowon, Lee Dong-joon, and Song Min-kyu. Foreign players need to step up. Like Ulsan, Jeonbuk’s offense will be boosted if its foreign players play their part.

With Park Jae-yong and Hapa Silva, who replaced Cho Kyu-sung, up front, Jeonbuk will be able to put up a tough fight against a faltering Ulsan side. The movement of the second line is among the best in K League 1, so they should play fast soccer and threaten their opponents.

Meanwhile, the match is expected to be attended by over 30,000 spectators. All away seats are sold out and the home fans are expected to fill the Ulsan Munsugui Stadium.

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