Jeju will face Daejeon in the fourth round (round of 16) of the Hana One Q 2023 at Jeju World Cup Stadium on April 24 at 7:00 pm. 메이저사이트 Having defeated Changwon City 2-1 in the third round of the FA Cup on March 12, Jeju is determined to beat Daejeon at home and continue its march to the top of the FA Cup for the first time in its history.

The current pace is excellent. Jeju slipped to the bottom of the table after the opening five rounds of the league with two draws and three defeats, but a run of seven wins, three draws and four defeats (24 points), including an unbeaten run of five wins and one draw in their last six matches, has seen them climb to third in the league. Although they were held to a 1-1 draw away to Seoul on October 20, which ended their club record six-game winning streak, they have proven that they can play with anyone.

They are also strong against Daejeon. Jeju has recently won two consecutive matches against Daejeon, including a 3-0 victory on the road in the 10th round on March 30, thanks to consecutive goals from Kim Oh-kyu, Jung Woon, and Kim Bong-soo. Kim Dong-jun, the goalkeeper, was the key to the victory with his unwavering saves against the ‘home team’ Daejeon.

Stamina will be key. Jeju recently played two away matches against Suwon FC and Seoul. Given the tight midweek and weekend schedule leading up to the home match against Suwon Samsung at Jeju World Cup Stadium on the 27th, coach Nam Ki-il plans to manage the physical condition and stamina of the main players in these matches, while keeping the team motivated with optimal rotation.

“It’s a tight schedule, but so is our opponent,” said Nam Ki-il. We have a lot of players back from injury, and there are still thirsty players behind us, so we have a lot of options to prepare for the FA Cup. We are still going in the direction we want to go. We will not waver in the FA Cup and will continue to sprint towards victory.”

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