With one round of matches to go before the league splits into a top and bottom half, this week’s results may have a big impact on the rest of the season. Jeju United’s five-one win over Sangmu Sangju on Sunday, combined with their midweek draw against Jeonbuk, was enough for them to secure a place alongside Seoul, Jeonbuk, and Ulsan in the top six. Despite their horrendous start to the season, Jeonnam Dragons look best placed to grab one of the remaining places in the top six. Their one-nil win over Sangju Sangmu in midweek meant that they could’ve secured a spot in the top-six with a win over bottom-placed Suwon, but they could only manage a goalless draw so will need a win against Jeju United next weekend to guarantee a top-six finish. Down at the bottom, a vital one-nil win over Gwangju eased Pohang’s relegation fears. Draw specialists Suwon Bluewings drew again in midweek, and then spectacularly blew a two-nil lead to draw two-all with Incheon United on Saturday. That result means that they are just five points clear of the relegation zone. Defeats to Ulsan and Jeonbuk mean that Seongnam are at risk of finishing in the bottom half of the table. They are level on points with Sangju and Gwangju in the battle for sixth place.