South Korea vs Vietnam Live Streaming TV Channels, Kick off and Team News

South Korea is set to welcome Vietnam for an international friendly at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on Tuesday night.

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As they gear up for a crucial World Cup qualifier against China next month, the home side is aiming for a third consecutive win. Meanwhile, Vietnam seeks to recover from a couple of recent defeats. South Korea boasts an impressive recent record in friendlies, having not tasted defeat in their last four outings. Notably, their defense has been robust, securing three clean sheets in a row.

Although the Taegeuk Warriors started this unbeaten run with a somewhat disappointing 1-1 draw against El Salvador at home, their subsequent performances have demonstrated their quality. In September, under the management of Jurgen Klinsmann, they secured a 0-0 draw against Wales at Cardiff City Stadium, followed by a narrow 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia at St. James’ Park, thanks to a goal from Cho Gue-sung.

In their most recent match, they displayed their prowess with a 4-0 triumph over Tunisia at the World Cup Stadium, solidifying their good form ahead of this encounter against Vietnam – a team they’ve historically fared well against.

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South Korea vs Vietnam Live Streaming TV Channels

All the viewers can watch the match between South Korea and Vietnam in TV Chosun, Cooking Play.

Similarly, you can also watch the match online on Daily Live Scores TV and WicketGoal TV.

Team News

South Korea might opt for some rotations Tuesday evening, potentially bringing in Hyun-Seok Hong in place of Hwang In-Beom in the middle of the park. While Hwang Hee-Chan and Kang-In Lee may get a breather, Jeong Woo-Yeong and Hwang Ui-Jo are expected to fill in.

For Vietnam, Tien Linh Nguyen is anticipated to spearhead the attack. A goal from him would make him a joint top-scorer for his nation. Another player to keep an eye on is Cong Phuong Nguyen, who found the net in Vietnam’s 2-0 win over Palestine in September. He is likely to be a key component of Vietnam’s attacking strategy.

Projected Starting Lineups:
South Korea:
Kim; Seol, Jung, Kim, Lee; Lee, Park, Hong, Jeong, Lee; Cho

Nguyen; Bui Hoang, Tien Anh, Tuan Tai; Duy Manh, Hung, Minh Trong, Nguyen; Nguyen, Pham; Nyugen

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