Weekend Listings: Apr 18-20 2015

Stumbling in from lots of studying (minus a depressing NHL playoffs interlude that sees my team drop another one to the local favorite – best to keep my head low for a bit) so a very quick weekend listings from me. Will try to regain form in the coming weeks. Props to Mr. Roy for filling in for most of the Tavern crew these past couple of weeks.

Note: I’ll be having a recap of the last few rounds in the K League on Monday. Tonight is the first super match of the year between Seoul and Suwon so keep an eye out for that.

Day Time (ET) Player Club Opponent TV
Saturday 12:30 AM Hong Jeong Ho Augsburg Stuttgart GolTV
Saturday 12:30 AM Ji Dong Won Augsburg Stuttgart GolTV
Saturday 9:30 AM Son Heung Min Bayer Leverkusen Hannover 96 None
Saturday 9:30 AM Kim Jin Su Hoffenheim Bayern Munich GolTV
Saturday 9:30 AM Koo Ja Cheol Mainz @SC Freiburg None
Saturday 9:30 AM Park Joo Ho Mainz @SC Freiburg None
Saturday 10:00 AM Lee Chung Yong Crystal Palace West Brom NBC Extra Time
Saturday 10:00 AM Ki Sung Yueng Swansea @Leicester City NBC Extra Time
Saturday 10:00 AM Kim Bo Kyung Wigan Brighton None
Sunday 11:00 AM Suk Hyun Jun Vitoria Setubal Estoril None
Off n/a Yun Suk Young QPR

 

Everyone looking at starts minus Lee Chungyong (injury) and Yun Sukyoung (off).

In the Middle East, Lee Myeongjoo’s Al-Ain have won the Arabian Gulf League (UAE) while Nam Taehee’s Lekhwiya have won the Qatar Stars League. Lee Keunho’s El-JAish nabs the last ACL spot. In Saudi Arabia, Kwak Taehwi’s Al-Hilal have hit a fantastic run of form and now find themselves within 2 points of 2nd place. Kwak’s Al-Hilal haven’t conceded a league goal since February.

Saturday, April 18
Jeonbuk
1:00 AM
Jeju United
Suwon
2:00 AM
FC Seoul
Gwangju FC
3:00 AM
Seongnam
Sunday, April 19
Incheon
1:00 AM
Ulsan
Busan IPark
3:00 AM
Dragons
Daejeon
3:00 AM
Steelers

 

About Tim Lee 249 Articles

The maple syrup guzzling kimchijjigae craving Korean-Canadian, eh?