This article is part of our DraftKings Fantasy Soccer series.
Now that I have an extensive career of writing about the K League that dates back all the way to five hours ago, breaking down the Gangwon v. FC Seoul match should be a piece of cake.
Juuust kidding. I am as much in the dark as I was earlier today, but that doesn't mean we have nothing to discuss for DraftKings' second showdown slate on Sunday. FC Seoul finished third in the K League 1 table last season and propelled them into the AFC Champions League, which they have already participated in this year. That gives them a bit of a leg up on Gangwon, last season's sixth-place team that finished six points behind FC Seoul. Then again, that Champions League match was back in February, so maybe we throw that bit away. FC Seoul are +138 away favorites on DraftKings Sportsbook, with Gangwon +160 to win. Unlike the first match of the day, this one is expected to have some goals, with DK Sportsbook posting -124 odds for over 2.5 goals versus +100 for the under, and both teams are expected to participate thanks to the -129 odds for both to score versus -103 for them not to.
The most expensive player in the match is understandably the best, with Gangwon's Lee Yeong-Jae ($11,800) posting game logs that look like vintage Gylfi Sigurdsson. Shots, crosses, chances created, fouls drawn, goals, assists, they're all here with double-digit fantasy points in nearly every match. There's no questioning his viability in