Wales vs South Korea prediction, odds & betting tips 07/09/2023

Wales
07/09/23 - 19:45

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South Korea

Wales - South Korea

International Match

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Wales vs South Korea Top Picks and Best Predictions

This will be the first-ever meeting between Wales and South Korea, the game is due to be played in Cardiff.

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Both Teams to Score – Yes

  • Wales has played two out of their last five games with goals coming from both sides of the field
  • South Korea had four BTTS matches in the past five encounters
  • The visiting team failed to score once in their final seven contests

Wales to Win

  • The hosts have won once in their last five outings
  • South Korea is winless in the past five matches
  • Wales lost five out of the final seven games at home

Statistics and Current Market Fluctuations for Wales vs South Korea prediction

These are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.

Last Five - Wales

09/06/24

International Match International

Slovakia

Slovakia

Wales

Wales

4

0

L

06/06/24

International Match International

Gibraltar

Gibraltar

Wales

Wales

0

0

D

30/04/24

Others Others

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

Wales

Wales

0

0

D

26/03/24

Euro 2024 Qualifying Euro

Poland

Poland

Wales

Wales

0 (5)

0 (4)

L

21/03/24

Euro 2024 Qualifying Euro

Finland

Finland

Wales

Wales

1

4

W

Last Five - South Korea

11/06/24

Asia - World Cup Qualifying AWC

China PR

China PR

South Korea

South Korea

0

1

W

06/06/24

Asia - World Cup Qualifying AWC

Singapore

Singapore

South Korea

South Korea

0

7

W

26/03/24

Asia - World Cup Qualifying AWC

Thailand

Thailand

South Korea

South Korea

0

3

W

21/03/24

Asia - World Cup Qualifying AWC

Thailand

Thailand

South Korea

South Korea

1

1

D

06/02/24

AFC Asian Cup AFC

Jordan

Jordan

South Korea

South Korea

2

0

L

This is how the bookies have settled the odds for the game:

Wales odds: 7/5 (2.40) – 41.7%

Draw odds: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.4%

South Korea odds: 13/8 (2.63) – 38.1%

Wales vs South Korea odds suggest that the bookmakers believe that this match is somewhat even in terms of the favorite. However, Wales is the expected winner but only by a small margin. The probability of the home team's victory is just over 40 percent. Visit our football predictions today page for the latest action around the markets and with all the current picks and odds from the international games. Here are some options concerning this particular matchup: Son Heung-Min scoring Anytime can get you odds of 3/1 (3.00) – 33.3% and Draw at Half-Time is valued at 11/10 (2.10) – 47.6%.

Wales vs South Korea Lineups, Team News, and Match Information

Wales

The home team is stuck in their group for Euro2024 behind Turkey, Armenia, and Croatia after two straight defeats. The friendly match against South Korea should help the team build some positive energy as they prepare for a visit to Latvia a few days later.

Predicted lineup: Hennessey, Davies, Roberts, Mepham, Williams, Ramsey, Wilson, Ampadu, Brooks, Johnson, Moore.

South Korea

There is not a bigger star in South Korean football than Son Heung-Min, the Tottenham winger is the focal point of the Asian country's national team. South Korea has been struggling with form failing to win any of their last five games.

Predicted lineup: Seung-gyu, Young-gwon, Min-jae, Seung-hyun, Ki-je, Heung-Min, Jae-sung, Hee-chan, In-beom, Ui-jo, Gue-sung.

Player to Watch: Brennan Johnson

After completing his big-money move to Tottenham, Brennan Johnson is the Welsh man of the hour. The 22-year-old has been performing for his national team since he made his debut three years ago, Johnson accumulated 19 caps thus far and scored a couple of goals for his national team.

Johnson was raised at Nottingham Forest's academy and after four years of progress, there were plenty of teams interested in his talent with Tottenham winning the sweepstakes. During his time at Forest, Johnson scored 29 goals and delivered 12 assists in 109 appearances. After his move to London, the public eyes will be on his performances even more.

Starting lineups

Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.

Wales

Wales
6
Joe Rodon
gb
15
Ethan Ampadu
gb
14
Connor Roberts
gb
5
Chris Mepham
gb
23
Nathan Broadhead
gb
8
Harry Wilson
gb
3
Neco Williams
gb
9
Brennan Johnson
gb
12
Danny Ward
gb
4
Ben Davies
gb
17
Jordan James
gb
Substitutes
22
Joshua Sheehan
gb
19
Tom Bradshaw
gb
11
Rabbi Matondo
gb
7
David Brooks
gb
1
Tom King
gb
18
Ben Cabango
gb
10
Aaron Ramsey
gb
2
Morgan Fox
gb
16
Joe Morrell
gb
21
Adam Davies
gb
20
Wes Burns
gb
13
Kieffer Moore
gb

South Korea

South Korea
9
Cho Gue-sung
kr
24
Hyeon-seok Hong
kr
6
In-beom Hwang
kr
22
Seol Young-woo
kr
4
Min-jae Kim
kr
15
Seung-hyeon Jung
kr
2
Lee Ki-Je
kr
10
Jae-sung Lee
kr
5
Yong-uh Park
kr
1
Kim Seung Gyu
kr
7
Son Heung-min
kr
Substitutes
18
Oh Hyeon-gyu
kr
23
Soon-min Lee
kr
17
Hyun-jun Yang
kr
19
Kim Young-gwon
kr
12
Kim Joon hong
kr
3
Kim Ju-sung
kr
8
Lee Dong-gyeong
kr
20
Seon-min Moon
kr
13
Sang-woo Kang
kr
16
Hwang Ui-jo
kr
11
Hwang Hee-chan
kr
21
Jo Hyeon-uh
kr
14
Hyun-beom Ahn
kr
25
Ji-soo Kim
kr


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