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Croky Cup in decisive stage: Genk and AA Gent last top in eighth-finals

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Tuesday night, the eighth-finals in the belgian Cup kick off. With cup holder Standard, champion Club Brugge and Anderlecht were killed in the previous round already a few teams. Only ten of the sixteen first graders are still on board, since they appeared on the scene in the sixteenth-finals.

Tuesday the debates in the Guldensporenstadion opened with the derby between Kortrijk and Zulte Waregem. The same night still plays AA Gent host for 1B-club Beerschot Wilrijk.

Wednesday is the major part on the program. Charleroi will then match organiser Racing Genk. On the fourth match day in the Jupiler Pro League have attracted the People at home with 3-1 at the longest end at the Carolo’s. Go to KV Oostende on a visit to Mouscron. KV Mechelen, which is the first periodetitel picked up in 1B, get Behind the Barracks Lokeren on the floor.

Eupen is pulling back to Deinze. The club from the first amateurklasse switched on in the previous round Club Brugge with 2-0. STVV will play at home against Mandel United from second amateur.

With Union – Knokke close Thursday, two reuzendoders’ the eighth-finals in the Joseph Mariënstadion. 1B-club Union took hold in the sixteenth finals of the scalp of Anderlecht (0-3), after a hattrick of Youssouf Niakaté. Knokke was at Sclessin, then again too strong for Standard (1-2). At the club, first amateur, meanwhile, is Lorenzo Staelens at the helm.


20: 30 KV Kortrijk – Zulte Waregem

20h45 AA Gent – Beerschot Wilrijk (1B)


20h Mouscron – KV Oostende

20h30 KV Mechelen (1B) – Lokeren

20h30 Deinze (1st am.) – Eupen

20h30 STVV – Mandel United (2nd am.)

20h45 Charleroi – Genk


20h45 Union (1B) – Knokke (1st am.)

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