In our latest feature of the Korean National Football Team news, the friendly matches of South Korea with a few countries are now final. The Korea Football Association, or the KFA has announced that the team, with Coach Paulo Bento, will be hosting Australia on June 7, 8:00 pm. The venue will be at the Busan Asian Main Stadium. On June 11, the team will be hosting Iran at the Seoul World Cup Stadium.

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These matches were announced as early as April this year, giving the team ample time to prepare and finalize their roster. The match where Australia will visit Korea will be the last of the home-and-away series between the two rivals. Their previous match was in Brisbane last November.

For Iran, their last match was back in August 2017 in the qualifiers for the World Cup. Among the three teams, Iran is highest in the rankings at 21. They are 16 spots above Korea, and 20 for Australia.

For football betting fans, here is the history between the teams. Korea and Iran have played 30 times. Korea has 9 wins, 8 draws, and 13 losses. The last time Korea won was back in 2011. As for Australia, they have 27 matches. Korea has 7 wins, 11 draws, and 9 losses. During the last 6 matches between Korea and Australia, Korea has only won once, with 3 draws and 2 losses.

This will be good practice for the National Football Team to prepare them for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. This will start in the second half of 2019. As for the Korean Team’s history this year, they have 6 wins, and 1 loss (Qatar in January). Looking at the numbers, coupled with the odds, will hopefully guide you with wagers. Remember to check the lineup, as well as the coach’s strategies and see if you think it will work with your odds and wagers to bring in more profit for you.