Week listings and previews for our Korean Players Abroad November 19-21

Week listings and previews for our Korean Players Abroad. International week is now over, our Taeguk Warriror’s won 2-0 against Canada and 2-1 against Uzbekistan. Our road to Russia is still on. Der Klassiker, the biggest derby in the Bundesliga is on this week. Borussia Dortmund take on Bayern Munich at home. Definitely the match to watch this week.

Day Time (ET) Player Club Opponent TV
Saturday 9:30AM Koo Ja-Cheol @Augsburg Hertha Berlin FOX Soccer 2GO
Saturday 9:30AM Ji Dong-Won @Augsburg Hertha Berlin FOX Soccer 2GO
Saturday 10:00AM Ki Sung-Yueng Swansea City @Everton PLET
Saturday 10:00AM Lee Chung-Yong @Crystal Palace Manchester City PLET, NBCU
Saturday 12:30PM Son Heung-Min @Tottenham Hotspur West Ham United NBC, NBCU
Saturday 12:30PM Park Joo-Ho @Borussia Dortmund Bayern Munich FOX, FOX Soccer 2GO
Sunday 9:30AM Kim Jin-Su @Hoffenheim Hamburg FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports GO
Monday 12:00PM Suk Hyun-Jun @Trabzonspor Antalyaspor Nil

International Week was mid-week so Koo might get rested. But depending on his condition he may start as Koo Ja-Cheol is a vital player for Augsburg.
Ji Dong-Won was also on international duty but he should start as Augsburg don’t have much strikers available. I hope Augsburg can collect another three points against Hertha Berlin.
Ki Sung-Yueng had a poor game against Manchester United but I think he will start again this week. Good luck Ki.
Lee Chung-Yong is currently injured right now, he retained a little knock during International Week. I expect him to be out of the squad list this week.
Son Heung-Min should start against West Ham this weekend. We haven’t seen a goal from him in ages. Let’s go Sonny.
Der Klassiker is on this weekend, I expect coach Thomas Tuchel to field his best players. I doubt Park Joo-Ho will make the squad this week.
Kim Jin-Su hasn’t starting any league games and made no bench appearances this season. I expect it to be the same this week too. He should definitely think about a move in January.
Looks like Suk Hyun-Jun has been replaced by second choice striker Dame N’Doye. N’Doye has been scoring in crucial games and has been starting over Suk Hyun-Jun. I expect Suk to make bench against Antalyaspor this week.