It’s set to be another cracking day of K-League action and there’s plenty of value to be found in this contest.
Jeonbuk Motor’s perfect start to their 2020 K-League campaign came to an end last week going down away to Gangwon 1-0.
It was a tough old day for the Hyundai boys, playing 75 minutes of the match with only 10 men.
The reigning champions will be eager to get back into some winning form with a big win over FC Seoul.
Playing Seoul away holds no fear for Jeonbuk.
They have won their last five away games against them and given they are on the rebound after a rare loss, FC Seoul is in for a tough day at the office.
— K League (@kleague) May 30, 2020
We couldn’t possibly finish Available World of Sports without getting around some Belarusian Premier League action.
The BPL has been a shining light in an otherwise bleak time for sport and the world in general.
Just because the likes of the AFL, NRL and more prominent European football competitions are resuming, there’s no way we’d turn our backs on the mighty Belarusian Premier League
The clash between Isloch and FC Rukh Brest is set to be a fascinating encounter.
Isloch is currently sitting 8th on the BPL table and has hit a rough patch of form losing four out of their past five matches.
FC Rukh Brest has found themselves with three draws, one win and is going into this match coming off a 1-4 loss at the hands of Dynamo Brest.
Our market has FC the narrow favourite at $2.40 head to head, but you should expect the home team to at least score.
Expect both teams to take a point each in this one.
In the Saturday's match @fcisloch vs Rukh the team from Minsk will celebrate its birthday 👍
Well, our the guys will definitely try to leave a gift at your gate ⚽️#rfc #rukhfc #realrukh #football pic.twitter.com/MKcJHUdpdX
— FC Rukh Brest (@rukhbrest) June 3, 2020