Stadium: Daejeon World Cup (Daejeon)
06.06.2022 14:00 MSK
On 6 June 2022, a friendly match between South Korea and Chile will take place at the Daejeon World Cup. Check the teams’ conditions and expert betting tips. Several betting options are available!Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
The South Korean team has been a regular participant in World Cups since 1986, never missing a global championship. The 2022 FIFA World Cup is no exception. We will undoubtedly see the Asian Tigers on the Qatari fields later in the autumn. They finished second in the local confederation's qualifying tournament, earning a direct ticket to the competition. Having coped with the vital task, they began preparing for the 2022 World Cup by playing friendlies against South American teams. The first game was against Brazil, but the South Koreans were poorly prepared, suffering a dramatic 1:5 defeat.
Chile performs with mixed success in the World Cup qualifiers, so we do not see the Reds at the World Cup every time. The previous generation, headed by Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sanchez, has grown old. However, the nation's new heroes have yet to be found, so they failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup and the 2022 World Cup, where they only managed to finish seventh in South American qualification. The Chileans need a change, but they still have problems with their squad.
Expert Betting Tips
South Korea and Chile approach the encounter in different moods. If Paulo Bento's side is looking forward to playing in the World Cup, they will be enthusiastic in their friendlies too, and the Reds have been unable to qualify for the 2022 World Cup. Home field advantage speaks in favor of the Asians, so they can be considered the favorites to win the game, and you can bet on South Korea's victory for 2.18.
South Korea is a team renowned for their solid defense, although their attacking performance isn't particularly outstanding. The Asian Tigers have played ten matches in World Cup 2022, qualifying, scoring 13 goals, and conceding just three, for an average of 1.60 goals. Paulo Bento's side missed five goals against the Brazilians the previous matchday and will now be looking to work on their mistakes. In addition, the Chilean side is unlikely to offer the South Koreans an attacking game in their current form. With that in mind, we suggest betting on a total under 2.5 for 1.66.
South Korea's squad conceded only three goals (0.30 goals per game on average) in their entire World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign. They conceded five times in their game against Brazil, so the Asian Tigers will now try to focus on defending their goal, at least in the game's opening stages. Chile will not be expected to be decisive in the opening minutes either, as they will have had a challenging flight and need to at least acclimatize. So, it is worth looking at a bet on the first goal after the 31st minute for 2.1.
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