The Incheon Korean Air Jumbos stay on top of the men’s V League leader after defeating Seoul Woori Card WooriWON Wednesday. It was a close match between the two teams. Thus, Korean Air needed a fifth set to win the game. The total points difference between the two teams was two points. Korean Air had 106, while Woori Card had 104.
Korean Air’s Lincoln Williams scored twenty-one points, the most for the group. Woori Card’s Alex Ferreira was the top scorer of the match with twenty-three points.
With the triumph over Woori Card on Wednesday, the Jumbos won six games in a row.
Korean Air Jumbos Stay on Top
The Jumbos won against Cheonan Hyundai Capital Skywalkers on Sunday in three straight sets.
With four matches left, the Jumbos hope to protect their regular season title.
According to eSports in-play betting experts, the Jumbos came out on top for the men’s V League championship last year in the wake of beating the Seoul Woori Card Wibees, presently the WooriWON, in the title series to take the standard season and championship titles for the first time in the franchise’s history. Likewise, it was the first time in quite a while that the V League has seen one group win both titles. The milestone was last accomplished when Samsung Fire Insurance won the two titles in the 2013-2014 season.
The Jumbos presently top the standing with twenty-one wins and eleven defeats up until this season. In second place is KB Insurance, which is five points behind.
With the men’s V League season approaching its end, the Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) declared in an executive gathering on Thursday that there will be an increment of players in the lists beginning next season from 18 to 21. You should know the stats when betting on sports in Korea.
When waiting for the next volleyball season, you can play online slots or bet on other sports.