Two teams with the same number of points meet in the first match of the final round.토토사이트
Daegu FC and Jeonbuk Hyundai will meet in the 34th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 at 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 21 at DGB Daegu Bank Park.
The K League just wrapped up the 33rd round of the regular season and is in the midst of its final round schedule. Ulsan Hyundai leads the standings with 67 points, Pohang Steelers are second with 58 points and Gwangju FC is third with 54 points, while Jeonbuk and Daegu are tied for fourth and fifth. They are tied on 49 points.
In the K League 1 Final A, teams finishing first through sixth in the regular season will compete for the league title and a ticket to the ACL. A total of four domestic ACL tickets will be awarded to the top three teams in K League 1 and the FA Cup winner. If the FA Cup winner comes from among the top three teams in the league, the fourth-place team in the league will advance to the ACL playoffs.
Jeonbuk struggled at the start of the season in a somewhat chaotic atmosphere, but they found their groove after the midway point and are back in Final A, remaining the only K League 1 team that has never dropped to Final B this season.
Jeonbuk has struggled against Daegu this season. They lost 0-2 in Daegu in March and won 1-0 in Jeonju in June, but lost 1-3 again in September.
At a media day ahead of the start of the Final Round on April 18, Jeonbuk head coach Valerio said, “We are very happy to be in Final A. We have had many difficult moments. We had a lot of difficult moments, but thanks to the fantastic support of our fans. We will treat every game as a final and bring out the best results,” he said, vowing to fight for victory in every match.
“I’m grateful to be in the Final A,” said Kim Jin-soo. Thanks to all the fans and people who love the K League, we were able to work together on the field. We will do our best in the remaining five games. Please give us a lot of support.”
Jeonbuk had a difficult season. They need to pick up the momentum and defeat Daegu to ignite the Champions League ticket race.
Daegu didn’t falter despite the absence of their ‘ace’ Sejingya. Hwang Jae-won was also absent as he was called up to the Hangzhou Asian Games, but the team found a way to make up for it with two wins and two draws in the four games they played without him. More broadly, the team has been unbeaten in seven consecutive matches.
In the all-time head-to-head, Jeonbuk leads the series with 16 wins, five draws, and four losses. However, in their three head-to-head meetings this season, Daegu has won. With only one point separating them from sixth-place Incheon United, a win is crucial.
Meanwhile, on the 16th, Daegu’s Lee Geun-ho announced his retirement. Lee will hang up his soccer boots after playing in five Final A matches. For Lee, who wore a Jeonbuk jersey on loan in 2015, the 34th round match against Jeonbuk will be a special one.