Jeonbuk vs Suwon – K-League South Korea – Jeonbuk Motors will come into this season after conquering their 3rd consecutive K-League 1 title last season.
Jeonbuk vs Suwon –They have beaten Gangwon by 1-0 on the last round, which was enough for them to overtake Ulsan, that was defeated at home by 4-1 against Pohang Steelers.
Jeonbuk has been one of the strongest clubs in South Korea lately, winning 5 of the last 6 domestic leagues and as I’ve said before, they’ve won the last 3 in a row.
They were competing in the AFC Champions League between February and March, before it was postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, where the team that is led by the Portuguese José Morais was defeated by 2-1 at home against Yokohama F. Marinos and drew 2-2 against Sydney FC.
This season, Jeonbuk Motors saw two of their strikers leave the roster, Ricardo Lopes and Shin-uk Kim, that moved to the Chinese super league, which might have weakened the team slightly.
On the other hand, they’ve signed some quality players such as Ja-Ryong Ku, Takahiro Kunimoto, Gue-Sung Jo, Lars Veldwij, and some others.
Jeonbuk’s Form (all competitions): LLDDLD
Suwon Samsung Bluewings
Suwon Bluewings finished the regular stage of the season in 8th place, but they’ve won the FA Cup, which granted them qualification for the AFC Champions League.
To win the FA Cup, they’ve defeated Daejeon Korail by 4-0 at home and they’ve picked up a 0-0 draw away from home, on two very competitive matches.
Suwon stood out at the end of the season, only losing once in 7 matches.
The team led by Im-Saeng Lee also played two matches in the 2020 AFC Champions League, before it was postponed, and on those two matches, they’ve lost by 1-0 at home against Vissel Kobe and by 2-1 against a Malaysian club, Johor DT.
Suwon Bluewings have a striker with good quality, the Australian Adam Taggart, who scored 20 goals in 33 matches last season, and with his teammate in attack, Terry Antonis, they can form a fearsome duo for Suwon, with a lot of success.
Besides these players, they also hired some players with good quality. Suwon Bluewings relies very heavily on their striker Adam Taggart and if he is not at his best level, he can cause the team and their manager Im-Saeng Lee some problems.
Suwon Samsung Bluewings’s Form (all competitions): DWWLLL
Suwon Bluewings has a slight advantage on the head-to-head record against Jeonbuk Motors, winning 31 times on 82 meetings, while only losing on 29 occasions and drawing 22 times.
Last season, Jeonbuk won by 4-0 away from home in the regular season in 2019 and they’ve drawn by 1-1 at home. On their last encounter between the two sides, Jeonbuk won by 2-0 at home.
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Jeonbuk vs Suwon – Betting Tips: :
Jeonbuk Motors conquered the title last season and I believe they should have enough quality to start the season with a victory at home.