Jeonbuk, ‘seeing 3rd place’, confronts Incheon, ‘return to Mugosa’… Jeonju-seong’s 9th consecutive win challenge


Jeonbuk Hyundai will challenge Incheon United to win 9 consecutive home games.

Jeonbuk Hyundai will face Incheon United in the 25th round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 7:00 pm on the 6th. Currently, Jeonbuk is 4th with 37 points and Incheon is 8th with 33 points.

Jeonbuk is looking for a sense of stability after the appointment of manager Dan Petrescu. Although they lost 1-2 in the previous match to Pohang, and had been beaten for the first time in a long time, they were on the rise by running undefeated in 5 matches (4 wins, 1 draw) in the official match before that. The ranking has also risen to 4th place.메이저사이트

In particular, there is no team to stop Jeonbuk in ‘Jeonju Castle’. Jeonbuk is running on an 8-game home win streak, including the recent FA Cup match. Ever since the match against Gangwon (0-1) in April, they have always reported victories in front of their home fans.

It was even stronger against Incheon. Jeonbuk has not lost a single match with 7 wins and 4 draws in the last 11 matches that brought Incheon home. There has been no defeat for 7 years since 2016. This season, with a 2-0 win at home and a 0-0 draw away, they are recording 1 win and 1 draw against Incheon.

Jeonbuk is determined to beat Incheon at home once again and rise to a position befitting Jeonbuk. If they win this game, they can jump to third place, overtaking Seoul (38 points), who played one more game. It is an important watershed to get out of the fierce middle-ranking competition and prepare a stepping stone for a leap to the upper ranks.

Incheon is also full of confidence. Before entering a two-week break, he ran for three consecutive wins for the first time this year. They overcame first place Ulsan Hyundai (2-1), Daejeon Hana Citizen (2-0), and Seoul (1-0). Incheon, which was shaken at the beginning of the season, succeeded in rebounding in July with 4 wins and 1 draw.

Here, he returned to Mugo Temple and obtained thousands of troops and horses. He left for Vissel Kobe, Japan last summer, and returned to Incheon in just one year. The joining of Mugosa is expected to be a great help to Incheon’s strike team, where Hernandez is missing due to injury.

As Mugosa played 45 minutes in a friendly against Hong Kong Lehman FC on the 1st, there is a good chance of participating in Jeonbuk. If he plays, he will return to the K-League after 407 days. Incheon, with the returning Mugosa, will challenge for the first time since the 2018 season to win 4 in a row.

This match is also a prelude to the FA Cup semi-finals. Jeonbuk and Incheon will meet again on the 9th in the semifinals of the FA Cup. Which team will win the FA Cup face-to-face match in advance and start the two matches in a good mood? This is why the game between the two teams, which succeeded in rebounding in July side by side, is more important.

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