Even in the rain, Jeonbuk fans are fired up.

Even in the rain, Jeonbuk fans are fired up.

Jeonbuk Hyundai will host FC Seoul in the eighth round of the 2024 Hana Bank K League 1 on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at Seoul World Cup Stadium.

Jeonbuk has had an eventful start to the season. After three draws and three losses to start the season, Jeonbuk barely picked up their first win until the last match against Gwangju FC (2-1).

In the process, head coach Dan Petrescu was sacked, leaving Park Won-jae as acting head coach while the team waits for a permanent replacement.

However, the previous match against Gwangju gave the team a much-needed first win, as ‘young blood’ Lee Jae-ik and Song Min-kyu scored their first goals of the season side by side.

With the winless streak behind them, Jeonbuk’s next opponent is Seoul. 바카라사이트 Aside from their struggles this season, Jeonbuk has been exceptionally strong against Seoul.

Jeonbuk is unbeaten in its last 20 matches against Seoul (15 wins, 5 draws).

Their last loss to Seoul was on July 2, 2017 (1-2).

With a relatively strong Seoul team coming off a win over Gwangju, Jeonbuk will need to get back-to-back wins to quickly get back on track.

Seoul will line up in a 4-2-3-1. Ilyuchenko up front, followed by Wallian-Palosevic-Jo Young-wook in the second line. Ki Sung-yong and Ryu Jae-moon will start in the midfield. The back four is Kang Sang-woo, Kwon Wan-kyu, Hwang Hyun-soo, and Choi Jun. Choi Chul-won is the starting goalkeeper. It was notable that Hwang Hyun-soo, who played well in the FA Cup Seoul derby, started in the league.

Jeonbuk also went with a 4-2-3-1. Thiago in the front line, Jeon Byung-kwan, Song Mingyu, and Lee Young-jae in the second line. The midfield was formed by Lee Soo-bin and Meng Sung-woong. 토토사이트 추천 The back four was Kim Jin-soo, Gu Ji-ryong, Jeong Tae-wook, and Kim Tae-hwan. The starting goalkeeper was Jung Min-ki. Jeonbuk made changes in the defense as Hong Jeong-ho, Lee Jae-ik, and Park Jin-seob were all out with injuries.

Meanwhile, Jeonbuk is showing a lot of fight against Seoul. A win here would be a definite turnaround point in the season, following the win against Gwangju. To that end, Jeonbuk fans gathered at Sangambeol to show their support. The game was sold out, with 4,200 tickets sold.

In fact, the fans were so enthusiastic that the Jeonbuk supporters were not outnumbered by the Seoul supporters at all. A Jeonbuk official said, “The fans gathered to give the players strength. Not only did 10 away buses come from Jeonju, but fans from all over the country spontaneously gathered to support the team to win against Seoul.”

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