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GNGW vs SE Dream11 Prediction

Match Preview

Though Gangwon FC won just one of their final nine K-League 1 (KL1) fixtures of 2019 (W1, D2, L6), that sole victory came against none other than FC Seoul right here in Chuncheon. Moreover, the hosts averaged 1.58 points per-match at home (compared to just 1.05 away) despite conceding four more goals at home (1.63 per-match).

Notably, Gangwon received a league-low tally of one red card last season and only three sides were shown fewer than their 58 total yellow cards (1.53 per-match). More topically, their opposition on the day has received 2+ bookings, and more than Gangwon overall in four of their last five home games.

Six-time KL1 champions Seoul begin their 2020 campaign looking to end a frustrating run of just one win from their last eight away games (W1, D3, L4). Despite heading into the game as favourites, Seoul won just half of their away games when entered as favourites last term (W5, D2, L3).

Ten of Seoul’s 14 2019 away KL1 games won/lost produced just a single-goal margin. Of the games in that sequence, eight of the last nine saw both teams score with over 2.5 total goals, whilst four of the last six saw Seoul net the opener (three before half-time).
Players to watch: Five of Gangwon midfielder Hyun-Sik Lee’s six 2019 KL1 goals came after half-time – two of which were against Seoul.

With ten goals in 25 league appearances, Aleksandar Pešić was top scorer for Seoul last term. He scored either side of half-time in their last away win at Gangwon.
Stat attack: Gangwon had a 55% W/D rate as outsiders in KL1 last term (W5, D6, L9).
Visiting coach Yong-choo Soi has drawn half of his prior meetings with Byung-su Kim (W1, D3, L2). All but one clash saw both teams score.
Seoul have received 2+ bookings, and more than their opposition, in three of their last four away games.

Gangwon vs Seoul Dream11 Team

Match Details:

Date – 10th May 2020
Timing – 1:00 pm
Referee: Ko Hyung-Jin (Kor),
Venue: Chuncheon Songam Stadium (Chuncheon)
LIVE Streaming – bet365

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