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We open eighteen-day matchday with a duel between Waasland-Beveren and Standard Luik. An interesting duel with a view to participation in play-off 1. Whoever loses may cross this ambition.
Waasland-Beveren has experienced a slight downturn in recent weeks after a phenomenal round-out. Losses against Club Brugge and Charleroi were perhaps still being taken into account, not a ball wash against Kortrijk. The fact is that Waasland-Beveren has won no less than nine goals against the previous three games, and managed to score only once. As a result, all the good of the first round has already been forgotten and is in place nine. So it can use a victory well.
Last weekend the Lions went to visit Kortrijk. After ten minutes of play, they already faced a 2-0 deficit and so it had to run a whole match behind the facts. Actually it could have been 3-0 after fifteen minutes. After twenty minutes Beveren finally woke up and then you see that they do play football and create opportunities. However, the score goal did not succeed. After the break they kept busy and were able to score, but they also ran on two counters.
‘A collective off-day’, stated goalkeeper Davy Roef afterwards. Trainer Philippe Clement did not want to talk about an off-day, but was especially disappointed with the way his players started the game. “We were just asleep,” he sang. “In the back we give away goals too easily” and for the time being we lack efficiency, which Kortrijk did. “, Clement sighed.
After eighteen matchday, Standard is again out of the top six. It mainly drops in the last home games. It did not get any further than a draw every time. This way the victory on the field of Anderlecht has already been wiped away. It looks like the Rouches have to fight through their vicissitudes until the last day of play for a place in Play-off 1. Especially when they can not call on their supporting players like Junior Edmilson and Paul Mpoku they have a hard time.
Standard and Antwerp have balanced each other in a red and white clash on the previous matchday. De Rouches redeemed their field victory with a goal shortly before half time. The PhD student did not respond for a long time, but was served by a penalty kick. We got an exciting lock afterwards. Substitute Renaud Emond headed on the bar. Ref Bart Vertenten gave Standard a penalty after a scuff from Orlando Sa. Justice followed, because Sinan Bolat took the effort of the goal scorer. Both teams kept it at 1-1, and so Antwerp keeps its point ahead of Standard.
Trainer Ricardo Sa Pinto received a heavy penalty this week from the Bondsparket. He should stay on the side for no less than three matches. Sa Pinto took an ostentation against Anderlecht after receiving beer. He put the game so quietly. Standard appeals against the punishment. “Given the disproportionate character of the punishment imposed on his coach, Ricardo Sa Pinto, Standard de Liège is of the opinion that it has no choice but to appeal against this judgment.”
Waasland-Beveren vs St. Liege head to head matches
29.10.17 JL St. Liege Waasland-Beveren 3 : 1
16.05.17 JL Waasland-Beveren St. Liege 1 : 3
25.04.17 JL St. Liege Waasland-Beveren 0 : 2
12.02.17 JL Waasland-Beveren St. Liege 0 : 1
23.10.16 JL St. Liege Waasland-Beveren 5 : 0