Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Week Preview Feb 23

The long weekend got away from me so literally have watched zero minutes from the weekend. Apologies but there's a lot of action this week.

Wednesday2:30 PMSon Heung MinTottenham@BurnleyPeacock
Thursday2:45 PMHwang Hee ChanWolverhampton@ArsenalPeacock
Thursday3:00 PMKim Min JaeFenerbahce@Slavia PragueParamount+
Saturday7:30 AMSon Heung MinTottenham@LeedsUSA
Saturday8:00 AMLee Kang InMallorcaValenciaESPN+
Saturday9:30 AMJeong Woo YeongFreiburgHertha BerlinESPN+
Saturday9:30 AMLee Dong JunHertha Berlin@FreiburgESPN+
Saturday9:30 AMLee Jae SungMainz@Union BerlinESPN+
Sunday9:00 AMHwang Ui JoBordeaux@ClermontBeIN Xtra
Sunday9:00 AMHwang Hee ChanWolverhampton@West HamUSA

Son Heung Min-- Had a couple assists and reportedly played well in a huge upset of Man City which gives Tottenham a needed jolt. Should start both matches but given short turnaround, Conte may be hoping to take him off early if Tottenham can get something going.

Hwang Hee Chan-- Came on as a sub and perhaps a better chance to start vs. Arsenal if they rotate the attack at all, and if not, should get another chance to start on the weekend.

Kim Min Jae-- Should start but was taken off early last week so not as positive as normal.

Lee Kang In-- Came on as a sub. Didn't know how well he played but maybe given a chance to start vs. his old club.

Lee Jae Sung-- As I didn't watch him or Jeong, difficult to guess if they start. If one of the two weren't, seems likely that LJS given his early sub off but may be reflective of his endurance levels at this point.

Jeong Woo Yeong-- See above and so unclear if he starts given lack of final product at this point.

Lee Dong Jun-- Missed last weekend with COVID and this weekend would be cutting things very close with no major updates yet. His role likely dependent on both his own and teammates' recovery if he's forced into greater than normal action due to large number of absences.

Hwang Ui Jo-- Should start.