Will Daegu FC succeed in 8 matches undefeated? – Daegu News

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Daegu FC will challenge their 8 game unbeaten streak at their home stadium.

Daegu will play Hana One Q K League 1 2022 Round 17 home match against Jeju at DGB Daegu Bank Park at 7:30 pm on the 21st.

Daegu are undefeated in their last 7 matches. However, if you look at the contents, there were only two wins and five draws. Considering that they are currently 7th in the league with 4 wins, 7 draws and 5 losses (19 points), they are undefeated, but this is a disappointing report card.

Considering that the regular league is just in the middle, it is the time to accumulate as many wins as possible in order to leap to the upper ranks. Therefore, this match against Jeju, which is second in the league, is an opportunity to lay a foothold for an undefeated streak and entry into the upper ranks, but it is a battle in which crises intersect.

Fortunately, it is comforting to know that Daegu has been particularly strong at home this season. They got 14 points from 4 wins, 2 draws and 2 losses at home. This is much more than half of Daegu’s 19 points this season.

Daegu is inferior to Jeju with 12 wins, 14 draws and 19 losses. However, in the last 10 matches, they have 5 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss. In the first match of the season in the 7th round, the score was 0-0. It is noteworthy whether Daegu, who is strong at home, can catch two rabbits with three points and an undefeated streak against Jeju.

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Meanwhile, Daegu will host Sejinya’s K-League Player of the Month award ceremony in May and Hwang Jae-won’s K-League Young Player Award ceremony in May at the home game against Jeju. Reporter Seok Ji-yoon

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