A de facto final, a 6-point match, The Winner Takes It All, a final match.’
The 29th round of ‘Hanawon Q K League 2 2023’ between Busan I’Park and Kim Cheon, which will be held at Gudeok Stadium in Busan on the 29th at 7:30 pm, is a matchup that is not strange even if all kinds of modifiers are attached.
The military team Gimcheon is leading the league with 16 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses (51 points) in 26 matches. Busan won 47 points (13 wins, 8 draws, 5 losses) in the same 26 games, chasing Gimcheon by 4 points. With 42 points, the difference between the 3rd and 6th places and the 4th team was widened. It is a full-fledged championship competition, two-way match. A lot will depend on the final matchup of the season between the two teams. The difference could be widened to 7 points or narrowed to 1 point. In K-League 2, only the winning team, first place, is directly promoted without going through a promotion playoff. This is why Gimcheon and Busan are betting their lives on this game.
The two teams have faced each other twice this season, each winning one at home. In the match held at home in Busan in March, Busan won 3-1. At the home of Gimcheon in July, Kimcheon, who changed the captain with coach Jeong Jeong-yong, won a 2-1 come-from-behind victory. After the 20th round face-to-face confrontation, both teams showed ‘decalcomani moves’. From the 21st round to the last 28th round, the results of the rounds played side by side without a break were the same. They couldn’t win in rounds 21, 24, and 27, and won rounds 23, 25, 26, and 28 side by side. In the process, Gimcheon took the lead and rose to the top, while Busan rebounded and jumped to its current position after taking 6th place. Gimcheon and Busan, who suffered shock losses to E-Land and Jeonnam respectively in the 27th round, raised the atmosphere by winning side by side against Chungnam Asan and Gimpo in the 28th round.온라인카지노
It can be described as a ‘spear and shield’ fight. Kim Cheon is the K-League 2’s most scoring team with 50 team goals. They have scored 4 goals in 3 of the last 4 matches. Cho Young-wook, who scored only two goals before the appointment of coach Jeong, who was a mentor during his youth national team, scored 11 goals after the appointment of his mentor. It was also Cho Young-wook who scored the winning goal in a dramatic come-from-behind match against Busan last July. Cho Young-wook continued his peak sense of goal by scoring a key goal against Chungnam-Asan in the last round.
The biggest issue is how the Busan defenders tie up Cho Young-wook. Busan is the second-place team with 23 runs in 26 games and the least runs. Gimpo (17 runs) and ‘Yui’ have a 0-point run rate. The home game average conceded is 0.58. Lee Han-do’s three-back leading to the Min-sang condolence system is evaluated as the highest level in the league. Jo Wi-je is absent on this day due to a cumulative warning. Busan coach Park Jin-seop has been in charge of FC Seoul’s command tower in 2021, so he knows the style of Cho Young-wook, the original team member of Seoul.
The points of this day’s game are how much home advantage Busan, which has three consecutive home wins, will enjoy against Gimcheon, who is losing two consecutive away games, and whether Kimcheon, who has scored eight goals in the last four games, will have another scorer.
Anyang (3rd), Gyeongnam (4th), Bucheon (5th), and Gimpo (6th), which form the 2nd place, will go to Chungbuk Cheongju (8th), Chungnam Asan (10th), Ansan (12th), and Seongnam (9th), respectively. 11th place Seoul E-Land and 7th place Jeonnam, desperate for a rebound after losing side by side in the last round, aim at each other’s goal with the goal of 3 points.