K-League game time is Sunday at 1 am EDT.
Busan IPark, which rejoins K-League 1 for first time since 2015, has tough opener with Pohang Sunday
After four long years in the South Korean K-League 2, Busan IPark pumped in the goals last season, and found a way to win its for the first time since 2015.
The Royals scored 72 goals last season, the most in the league, and will think they can keep that up this season in the top flight.
Early Sunday, they will travel to face Pohang, which missed out on AFC Champions League football on goal difference last year. The Steelers will not want that to happen again, after two straight years finishing fourth, and will have to turn draws and losses into wins.
They get that chance tonight.These teams have not played in the league since 2015, so the head to head will not mean much.
SOUTH KOREA K-LEAGUE 1
Pohang Steelers (-103) vs. Busan IPark (+250), draw (+210), 1 a.m. EDT
Pohang ML (-103)
Over 2.5 goals (-103)