|Match||FC Seoul Vs Gwangju FC|
|Date||17th March 2021|
|Time||4:00 PM IST|
|Stadium||Seoul World Cup Stadium|
SE Vs GWN Dream11 Prediction
In this fixture, we will see Seoul host Gwangju for the Gameweek 5 of the K1 League. In their respective last games, Seoul took on Incheon & came away with a 0-1 win. Both teams created a lot of chances to get the goal. The only difference was that Incheon actually got good scoring opportunities & Seoul could only manage half chances. In the second half, Seoul changed gear & got better opportunities but were denied by courageous keeping from Lee Tae-Hui. Frankly, Incheon should have won if it werent for Seoul’s lucky defending & poor finishing from Incheon.
Meanwhile, Gwangju played Jeonbuk Motors & ended with a 0-2 loss. Gwangju were poor in the final third. Even with more chances on goal they couldnt convert. Jeonbuk on the other hand made the most of their opportunities & got the goals to secure the win.
SE Vs GWN Dream11 Team Preview
FC Seoul were decent last season and ended at 7th place with 25 points in the standings. They tasted 2nd win of the campaign in the last match against Incheon United by a 1-0 scoreline. With two wins and two defeats in four matches, they are at 7th place in the standings.
Gwangju FC ended their campaign at 6th place with 25 points in 22 league matches. They were very weak at the front and scored 28 goals. Out of four matches, they have played so far, they enjoyed a win and faced three defeats as well.
SE Vs GWN Probable Lineups
FC Seoul – Yang Han-Been, Kim Won-Gun, Hwang Hyun-Soo, Ki Sung-Yeung, Osmar, Ko Kwang-Min, A Palocevic, Yoon Jong-Kyu, Park Jung-Bin, Sang-Ho Na, Park Chu-Young.
Gwangju FC – Yun Pyeong-Gook, Kim Won-Sik, Han Hee-Hoon, Lee Han-Do, Lee Min-Gi, Lee Ji-Hun, Lee Chan-Dong, Kim Jong-Woo, Song Seung-Min, Eom Won-Sang, Kim Ju-Kong.
SE Vs GWN Dream11 Best Picks
Park Chu-Young (SE): The 35-year old Korean national is currently in his 7th season with Seoul. With experience playing for top clubs across Europe, he delivers well for the club. Young is played as a sole striking, leading the attack up front. His ability to hold a high line & get behind on quick counters make for a major attacking threat. Last season he had scored 9 goals & provided 3 assists for Seoul FC in all competitions
Na Sang-Ho (SE): The Korean attacker left Tokyo this season to join Seoul. He is deployed upfront in a twin striking pair along with a pair of secondary strikers or a winger on left. Sang-Ho is a fine dribbler & protector of the ball allowing him to ride through challenges as evident by 1.0 dribbles per game & 4.8 duels won per game. His excellent finishing & tactical awareness allow him to get into prime goal-scoring areas, he averages 2.0 shots per game. The attacker maintained his form throughout this season and he is already up to 2 goals.
Ki Sung-Yeung: Sung-Yeung scored the winner in the last match against Incheon United and gifted three points to his team. He has an assist to his name as well this season and will be hoping for same performance in this match.