Incheon United needs to score and Jeonbuk

Incheon United needs to score and Jeonbuk Hyundai needs to focus on defense.

Incheon United and Jeonbuk Hyundai will face off in the 10th round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at the Incheon Football Stadium at 7 p.m. on Jan. 1.

The hosts have 10 points (2 wins, 4 draws, 3 losses) from nine matches. Incheon is winless in the league for four matches in a row. After a 3-2 win over Gwangju on April 3, they lost 0-1 to Jeju and drew 1-1 with Daegu on April 14. On April 21, they were beaten 1-4 by Gangwon, with Yago scoring a hat trick.

Looking to turn things around, the team failed to score in a 0-0 draw against Pohang Steelers on the 28th, despite having the numerical advantage due to Oberdan being sent off.

The match against Jeonbuk is the first of a “Death Trilogy” that will include Jeonbuk, Kimcheon Sangmu, and FC Seoul. After that, they will face Daejeon Hana Citizen, Gwangju, and Ulsan HD. 토토사이트 Incheon will need to get off to a good start as they face a series of difficult matches.

To do that, they need to score goals. Incheon has scored 10 goals in nine games. In their last four league games without a win, they scored just two goals.

The visitors earned their first win of the league against Gwangju on October 13th.

Jeonbuk had previously been sitting at the bottom of the league with an unpleasant “winless streak,” but goals from Lee Jae-ik and Song Mingyu set the tone for the team’s season after they defeated Gwangju.

A week later, on the 20th, Jeonbuk won a thrilling 3-2 victory away to Seoul, extending their eight-year unbeaten record against the capital.

However, there was a brief lull when they hosted Daegu on the 28th and couldn’t hold on for a 2-2 draw.

Jeonbuk, like Incheon, has 10 points (W2 D4 L3). While they have climbed up the standings with seven points from their last three games, it is not enough for Jeonbuk’s goal of challenging for the title and their reputation.

Last season, Incheon faced Jeonbuk four times, drawing two and losing two. In their last meeting, last November, they hosted Jeonbuk at home and drew 1-1.

“If the injured players return, we have a lot of options to create results,” said Incheon coach Cho Sung-hwan, who drew with Pohang despite being outnumbered on the 28th. “We need to analyze the game and find areas for improvement. 파워볼사이트 We can’t continue to make the same mistakes and failures.”

After a 2-2 draw with Daegu, acting coach Park Won-jae said, “The problem is that we concede a goal every game,” and that the team needs to work on its defensive concentration.

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