Can Hyundai E&C, which suffered a shocking 5-game losing streak, catch No. 1 Heungkuk Life Insurance?
Hyundai E&C enters the 6th round of fate. 6 games left. You have to win. After accumulating points in five games, the final schedule of the regular league, Heungkuk Life Insurance, is aiming for a reversal.
The first opponent in the 6th round is IBK Industrial Bank. Hyundai E&C will face off against IBK on the 25th at the Suwon Gymnasium in the 6th round of the Dram Pro Volleyball 2022-2023 V-League Women’s Division.
In the 5th round fight on the 22nd, he was defeated by a set score of 0-3 (23-25, 21-25, 25-27). He fell into a shocking 5-game losing streak. 먹튀검증
While Hyundai E&C is wandering, No. 1 Heungkuk Life Insurance is running farther. Heungkuk Life Insurance, who caught Pepper Savings Bank 3-0 on the 15th, defeated Korea Expressway Corporation 3-0 on the 23rd, ending the 5th round schedule with two consecutive wins.
The distance between 2nd place Hyundai Engineering & Construction and 1st place Heungkuk Life Insurance widened to 7 points. Hyundai E&C lost the lead to Heungkuk Life Insurance after running first all the way. They hoped for a rebound by recruiting a new foreign player, Montaño, but they are shaking due to the injury of starting libero Kim Yeon-gyeon.
Moreover, Hyundai E&C is not able to properly utilize the height of the midfield, which is its strength. In the 5th round match against IBK, the blocking score was 5, and IBK’s blocking score was 8.
IBK’s sharp serve (4 points) was also shaken. In order for Hyundai E&C to pursue Heungkuk Life Insurance to the end and aim for a reversal championship, it is necessary to solidify blocking and receive stability.
After Hyundai E&C finishes the last game of the season with Industrial Bank of Korea, it will rest for 3 days and move to Jangchung on the 1st of next month to compete with GS Caltex. These are two tough matches. However, it must be overcome to continue competing with Heungkuk Life Insurance. Losing to IBK will bring Heungkuk Life Insurance one step closer to winning the come-from-behind game.