Cloud spectators are expected for the ‘Jagang Ducheon (Two Proud Geniuses)’ match.

Daejeon Hana and Ulsan Hyundai will play the 7th round of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ at 4 pm on the 16th at Daejeon World Cup Stadium. It is the first confrontation of this season between Daejeon, which has risen to 4th place in the first season of promotion, and Ulsan, which is running in 1st place alone with 6 consecutive wins from the opening.

The home team Daejeon has played three home matches previously. 먹튀검증An average of 14,348 people entered the Gangwon FC match (18,590), Pohang Steelers match (8661), and FC Seoul match (15,793). In terms of average spectators, it ranks third after Seoul (29,253) and Ulsan (19,483). Jeonbuk Hyundai (12,293) in 4th place followed by Daegu FC (11,552) in 5th place.

Daejeon has 2 wins and 1 draw in their 3 home matches. They won 2-0 and 3-2 against Gangwon and Seoul, respectively. It was tied 0-0 with Pohang. Daejeon fans have yet to intuit defeat in a home game this year. This is the secret to the rise of the audience in Daejeon.

In this Ulsan game, it seems that the expeditionary seat will be full. A large-scale expedition cheering squad from Ulsan, which is expecting a 7th consecutive win beyond 6th, will head to the Wonseok (N seat) at Daejeon World Cup Stadium. As soon as the tickets for the expedition seats were opened, the empty seats disappeared in an instant.

An official from Daejeon said, “Tickets for the first floor of the expedition were sold out quickly. For the first time this season, the second and third floors of the Expedition Seat were additionally opened. You will know how many Ulsan away fans will come in on the day of the match,” he said. “I look forward to a fierce cheering competition between Daejeon and Ulsan.”

An official from Ulsan said, “There are only four expedition buses leaving for the Daejeon expedition. However, most of the away fans will use the KTX train that goes directly from Ulsan Station to Daejeon Station, or go individually.”

Daejeon and Ulsan face each other in Daejeon for the first time in 2750 days since October 4, 2015 (0-0 draw). This is because Daejeon continued its difficult promotion challenge in the K-League 2 for 7 seasons from the 2016 season. Daejeon, which has returned to the first division of their dreams, is waiting for Ulsan, transformed into a different look from the past citizen club days.

Daejeon is particularly strong at home. Like Ulsan, their opponent this time, it is a team that has an unbeaten record of 23 consecutive home games (16 wins, 7 draws). There is also an unbeaten streak of 9 home matches (6 wins, 3 draws) from last season to the present. From July 2021 to this point, they are recording 22 wins, 10 draws and 1 loss in 33 home matches.

Daejeon coach Lee Min-seong said, “Ulsan is the defending champion with six consecutive wins this season. Although it is not an easy team to deal with, “Daejeon played on an equal footing with top teams such as Pohang and Seoul. Because our Daejeon players are confident, we will show our home fans a good game.”

Ulsan challenges a new record. If they win in Daejeon, they will achieve 7 consecutive victories, the most since the opening of the K-League. It is tied with Suwon Samsung (1998) and Seongnam FC (2003). In the next game against Pohang, the K-League’s first opening eight consecutive wins can be used.

Ulsan captain Jeong Seung-hyun, who played in Daejeon away 8 years ago, said, “We will meet Daejeon again in K-League 1 after 8 years. I will show you what kind of soccer the K-League 1 winning team plays.” It is a game where many prides are at stake.

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