Realizing the Las Blanks Suwon FC, challenging for a winning streak… 10th and 11th in the relegation zone.

Gangwon defeated leaders Ulsan Hyundai 2-0 in the 26th round. It was Yoon’s first win since taking over as coach and the first in 16 games. At the same time, it helped them escape the bottom of the table. Notably, it also broke an 11-year jinx of 25 consecutive games without a win (4 draws, 21 losses) against Ulsan since May 2012.

Gangwon will be looking for their second consecutive win of the season. Gangwon hasn’t won in 15 games, drawing seven and losing eight, since winning two in a row in rounds 9 and 10. The foreign squadron of Yago, Wellington, and Gabriel, brought in during the summer transfer window, is settling into the team. Yago scored his K League debut against Ulsan. Gabriel is yet to score, but he has been a threat up front. The defense, which hasn’t conceded a goal in four games, is also looking steady.

Conversely, Suwon FC seemed to bounce back with a 2-0 win over Suwon Samseong in Round 25. However, they lost 0-3 to Jeju United in round 26. The team has just one win (2 draws and 7 losses) in its last 10 matches. The team has felt the absence of frontline striker Ras, who was suspended for drunk driving. Kim Hyun is filling the void, but he lacks weight. 먹튀검증

The good news is that Lee Young-jae has returned from injury. Along with him, the team will need scoring support from the likes of Lee Kwang-hyuk and Bautersson. Furthermore, Gangwon will be without midfielder Kim Sun-min, who gives Suwon FC’s midfield a boost. The key will be to utilize Lee Seung-woo, who has been impressive in his recent switch to midfield.

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