I said I wasn’t excited about the board last week so I can’t say I’m surprised by the results. Although losing 1.5 units is hardly a big deal. It would’ve been a completely different story if Gangwon didn’t give up the late equalizer to Suwon but alas.

For the first time in this young K League 1 season we have mid-week action. Half the league plays Tuesday while the other half plays Wednesday. The board looks miles better than it did last week! Let’s do this.

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors vs Pohang Steelers – Tuesday June 16, 6:30AM EDT

Jeonbuk is currently sitting atop the table with a 5-1-0 record. Meanwhile Pohang are using results against bottom of the table squads to keep them afloat. They’re 0-2-1 against the other top 6 opponents they’ve faced so far and 0-3-2 in their last five meetings against Jeonbuk. Furthermore, o2.5 goals has hit in Pohang’s last three matches and these are two of the top three scoring teams in the league. I like Jeonbuk to win but I like o2.5 more.

Seongnam FC vs Suwon Samsung Bluewings – Tuesday June 16, 6:30AM EDT

4 of Suwon’s 6 matches have had 1 total goal or less while 5 of Seongnam’s 6 matches have had 2 total goals or fewer. The o/u being set at 2 tells you exactly how exciting this match won’t be and quite frankly I don’t like rooting against fun but u2 goals is the play here.

Gwangju FC vs Incheon United – Wednesday June 17, 5:00AM EDT

Historically u2.5 has hit in 78% of the matches between these two so I can’t pass on u2,2.5 here. Furthermore, after starting 0-3 I thought Gwangju were dead in the water and favorites to be relegated. However, this stretch of games against the bottom three might appears to be exactly what they needed to seperate themselves from the three teams that are in the relegation zone. Meanwhile Incheon continues to watch their season get away from them. I like the in form Gwangju side against this Incheon side that is completely lost right now.

Busan IPark vs Daegu FC – Wednesday June 17, 7:00AM EDT

Daegu FC was appears to have been treading water the first few weeks while they found their scoring boots. I stayed away from them last week after they made a few acquisitions. Their form is great and they’re going up against a weaker opponent than the last two they’ve faced, who they beat. I was high on Busan early in the season thinking there would be a lot of value on them since they will be hard to beat, but I don’t really believe that anymore. They seem to instead lack the ability to win. Daegu keeps on rolling right through them Wednesday.


  • 2u Jeonbuk vs Pohang o2.5 (-115)
  • 1u Seongnam vs Suwon u2 (-115)
  • 1u Gwangju vs Incheon u2,2.5 (-120)
  • 1u Parlay: Jeonbuk DNB | Gwangju DNB | Daegu DNB (+208)


  • 2u Jeonbuk vs Pohang u2.5 (Even)
  • 1u Seongnam vs Suwon o2 (-105)
  • 1u Gwangju vs Incheon o2,2.5 (Even)

Record: 7-8-3

Fade Record: 1-2-2 -4.09u

Parlay Record: 1-1 +0.33u

Overall: -5.19

Lets print money.

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