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Suwon Samsung looking for revenge at home
August 18th, 18:30, K-League 27th round, Suwon Samsung vs Jeju United.
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After 26 rounds, Suwon Samsung only won 4 games and ranked the bottom 1 in the league with 19 points, while Jeju United ranked the 8th in the league with 34 points, also in the relegation group. Compared to the same period last season, both Suwon Samsung and Jeju United have dropped two places in the league rankings.

Winning only 4 games in 26 rounds of league matches is outrageous enough, and Suwon Samsung's home record is even worse. Their first 13 home matches of the K-League season resulted in 1 win, 3 draws, and 9 losses, with their only home win coming last month when they beat defending champions and season leaders Ulsan Hyundai by a score of 3-1.

Jeju United's record on the road is not good either, as they have lost their last 5 K-League away games, conceding 15 goals in total, an average of 3 goals per game. On the other hand, they have won only one of their last 11 matches in all competitions. Last week, they ended a 10-game winless streak (4 draws, 6 losses) with a 3-0 home win over Suwon City.

In 59 meetings between the two sides, Suwon Samsung have 27 wins, 12 draws and 20 losses in all competitions, while in the K-League, Suwon Samsung have 24 wins, 8 draws and 8 losses in 50 encounters, which also gives them a slight advantage. However. The first two meetings with Jeju United this season, Suwon Samsung were both home and away double the opponent, but only a small loss. The last six meetings with Jeju United, Suwon Samsung 1 win, 1 draw and 4 losses, also in the disadvantage. If they can beat Jeju United at home to get all three points, then Suwon Samsung is likely to overtake Gangwon FC and get rid of the bottom position in the league!

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