While focusing on the lead, the mid-tier teams’ moves are unusual.

While the top teams in the K League 2 continue to fight for rankings, Jeonnam Dragons and Chungcheongbuk-do Cheongju joined, making the middle ranks thicker. The fight for playoff tickets has intensified. 토토사이트

Among them, the ‘new team’ Chungbuk Cheongju (32 points) is the most notable team. Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, had three wins, three draws and six losses in the first round of Robin. It seemed to take the early momentum, but the limitations of the new team were clear. It remained in 11th place. However, in the second round Robin, it changed completely. Chungbuk Cheongju, which played 11 games as the match against Asan, Chungcheongnam-do was postponed in the 26th round, had a remarkable performance of 5 wins, 5 draws, and 1 loss. The ranking was also raised to 8th place. The key to Chungbuk Cheongju’s rebound was to stabilize its defense. The average loss in the first 12 games was 1.9 goals, but he has since cut more than half to 0.8 goals in 11 games.

Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, will play the 27th round of the “Hana One Q K League 2 2023” against Gimpo FC at 7:30 p.m. on the 19th at Cheongju Stadium. Gimpo won 2-0 against Cheonan City FC in the last round. Lewis and Jang Yun-ho scored consecutive goals and scored multiple goals in five games. Gimpo is in third place with 42 points. Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, leads the season with one win and one draw. Both teams are expected to have a tight goal match due to their good momentum and good defense.

The seventh-place Jeonnam (34 points) will meet the “leading” Gimcheon Sangmu at home at 7 p.m. on the 20th. Jeonnam is showing good performance in the second half. Recently, however, it has been a forked move. It’s repeating ‘win, lose, win, lose’. An attack with a special ace named Valdivia is fine. Valdivia is responsible for half of his team’s goals (36 goals) with 11-7 assists. Hanam and Plana also have five to four goals each. However, with 38 runs, he has the third most runs after Cheonan (51 runs) and Ansan Greeners (44 runs).

I happen to meet Gimcheon. The opposing team, Gimcheon, is leading the way with four wins and one loss in the last five games. In particular, the offense is so hot that it has won 4-0 in the last two consecutive games. Cho Young-wook, who leads the “scoring lead” with 12 goals, has a fierce toe. How much to prevent Gimcheon’s powerful offense is expected to be the key to Jeollanam-do. South Jeolla Province has enough power to open Gimcheon’s goal.

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