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Midweekspeeldag promises to re-guiding to be for play-off I

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The clubs in the Jupiler Pro League are next week for two days. In addition to the traditional round in the weekend, midweeks played. The centre of gravity of the playing day is Wednesday with four games.

Zulte Waregem

23/01 20:30


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Tuesday kicks the Jupiler Pro League already again with STVV-KV Mechelen, Zulte Waregem-Standard and Mouscron-Kortrijk. With, respectively, STVV, Standard and Kortrijk is there in each of the three competitions a play-off I-candidate in the field. STVV disappeared last weekend from the top six, after the defeat by Waasland-Beveren (3-1). The Canaries could not win since the end of October and hope against KV Mechelen, as well as penultimate urgent points need, finally a three pointer to address.

That sixth place was Saturday taken by Standard. The Rouches started the year well with a late victory against Eupen (3-2). The opponent of Tuesday, Zulte Waregem, picked up the full loot in Mechelen (0-2). In the burenduel Mouscron-Kortrijk will Glen De Boeck as Kortrijk-coach nothing more than the three points to bring when his former employer, Mouscron. The Guys are on the tenth, but also on three points of the play-off I.


24/01 20:30

AA Gent

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Wednesday night is especially looking forward to Antwerp-AA Gent. The Great Old showed Sunday, in the extreme, a victory against Club Brugge (2-2) and fell to fifth place, with as many points as Ghent. The Buffalo had later that evening little trouble with Lokeren in the East-Flemish derby (3-0).


24/01 20:30


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Furthermore, wait for Racing Genk, after the defeat against Anderlecht (0-1), the transfer to Lokeren and ex-coach Peter Maes and receives Anderlecht Waasland-Beveren. Both Genk (ninth) as Waasland-Beveren (eighth) are still in the running for play-off I. Red lantern Eupen against number two Charleroi is the last poster on Wednesday.

Club Brugge

25/01 20:30

KV Oostende

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Match organiser, Club Brugge close the midweekspeeldag Thursday with a West Flemish speaking against KV Oostende. Blue-black suffering in Antwerp his first loss of points in a month and a half, but can in own house still boasts an excellent thuisreputatie.

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