Argentina (@ ) vs South Korea (@21.0)
28-08-2019

Our Prediction:

South Korea will win

Argentina – South Korea Match Prediction | 28-08-2019 08:30

South Korea looked strong going forward in their first outing under Paulo Bento and have now notched in 8 of their 10 friendlies this year. Instead of betting that way, we really like the look of backing goals at both ends and at current prices, thats exactly where our money is going. Chile meanwhile, have plunged home an average of 1.66 goals over their last 3 matches and both sides have scored in 3 of their 5 friendlies contested this year. All things considered, this isnt a meeting that looks like being short of action, but we do find the two too difficult to separate and can envisage the match ending in a 1-1 draw.

Group B currently sees Colombia on top as they are lone side to have taken all three points so far. They are two ahead of both Paraguay and Qatar things sit after the invited guests shocked their South American foes with a two-goal comeback on Sunday. Argentina are bottom of the group, but they will feel much better knowing they are just a point off second so far.

Argentina have made a roaring start to this tournament, with the South American side among the early favourites to lift the trophy. Can their new generation continue to impress in Poland, or will we see a side which has made a brilliant start to this tournament start to fall apart in their final group game? Can South Korea book their place in the last 16 at the under 20 World Cup on Friday? They head into this meeting with Argentina knowing that they need a victory, but thats not going to come easy.

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The 20-year-old left winger Ezequiel Barco was in the opening match against South Africa with a double the outstanding man on the court. Despite his only 20 years, Barco has already made a name for himself in American Major League Soccer, where he is considered one of the best players. In addition to France, Argentina in Poland is certainly rightly the big favorite for the title win. Not only Barco is predicted a great career, but also players like Agustin Almendra (central midfielder, plays in the Boca Juniors) and the two River Plate players Cristian Ferreira and Julian Alvarez.

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South Korea, who hosted the U20 World Cup two years ago, started the tournament with a defeat, but was able to stay in the top 16 by beating South Africa. The game starts on Friday evening at 19:30. The Gauchos were able to convince with two victories and have already scored seven goals. The bookmakers see South Korea and Argentina according to current odds, the South Americans, however, clearly in the advantage. The advantage of South Korea is that the team already knows what kind of result is needed before the kick-off to definitely be in the knockout phase.

Bento certainly kicked off his reign in positive fashion with a 2-0 win over Costa Rica in Goyang on Friday and will be looking for another strong showing this time around in front of the home crowd. With star man Son Heung-Min a part of the squad, after helping his nation win the Asian Games, Korea undoubtedly possess a huge goal threat but they should be given more of a test by the Chileans on Tuesday than they were by Costa Rica last time out.

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All things considered, this isnt a meeting that looks like being short of action, but we do find the two too difficult to separate and can envisage the match ending in a 1-1 draw. Chile meanwhile, have plunged home an average of 1.66 goals over their last 3 matches and both sides have scored in 3 of their 5 friendlies contested this year. South Korea looked strong going forward in their first outing under Paulo Bento and have now notched in 8 of their 10 friendlies this year. Instead of betting that way, we really like the look of backing goals at both ends and at current prices, thats exactly where our money is going.

Reinaldo Ruedas troops were set to play against Japan last week but an earthquake meant that match had to be postponed, meaning this trip to Korea is the visitors first match since a 2-2 draw with Poland way back in June. With Claudio Bravo and Alexis Sanchez at home in England, Chile have travelled to Asian soil slightly understrength, but theres no doubting their squad is still jam-packed with talent from the worlds strongest competitions.

After Brazil and on par with Uruguay, they look to be the most complete side, having fallen just short in the World Cup to England on penalties last summer. Colombia come into this match with a lot of confidence about them. Not many have been talking about them as contenders in this tournament, but they should be. In the last year, they have nine wins, a draw, that penalty loss, and two other losses, both of which were against sides from Asia (Japan and South Korea).

Can South Korea book their place in the last 16 at the under 20 World Cup on Friday? They head into this meeting with Argentina knowing that they need a victory, but thats not going to come easy. Argentina have made a roaring start to this tournament, with the South American side among the early favourites to lift the trophy. Can their new generation continue to impress in Poland, or will we see a side which has made a brilliant start to this tournament start to fall apart in their final group game?