Matchpack KRC Genk – Club Brugge: These are the expected setups, suspended and injuredApril 14, 2019
With KRC Genk and Club Brugge the number one and two of the ranking on Playday 4 clash with each other for the first time in Play-off 1. KRC Genk experienced a stormy week with the suspension case around Ruslan Malinovskyi, Club Brugge collapsed after the perfect start trust in Limburg.
Referee: Alexandre Boucaut
Expected setup: Vukovic: Maehle, Dewaest, Lucumi, Uronen: Heynen, Malinovskyi, Berge: Ito, Samatta, Trossard.
Bank: Jackers, Vandevoordt, De Norre, Aidoo, Seigers, Wouters, Borges, Piotrowski, Ndongala, Paintsil, Gano and Ingvartsen.
Suspended: No one
Injured persons: No one
Mutual matches in regular competition: 1-1 at home, 3-1 out
This is what our club watcher says: It was a stormy week in the Luminus Arena. The suspension proposal of seven match days for Ruslan Malinovskyi restrained football-loving Belgium until Friday evening. The Ukrainian strongman got off without a hitch and is kicking off. Philippe Clement can therefore easily switch to a 4-4-2 with revelation Ito as the second attacker. The second best clubs in the country compete against each other, but it is still too early to speak of a title duel. Spectacle guaranteed? Hopefully only on the turf and not like on Sclessin.
Expected setup: Horvath: Mata, Mechele, Denswil: Dennis, Vormer, Vanaken, Zipper, Diatta: Wesley, Authors
Bank: Letica, Decarli, Cools, Amrabat, Vossen, Openda, Danjuma
Suspended: no one
Injured persons: Nakamba, Mitrovic, Rezaei, Vlietinck
Mutual matches in regular competition:
Match day 17 (3/11): Genk-Club Brugge 1-1 (10 ’Ndongala 1-0, 53’ Writers 1-1)
Match day 26 (17/2): Club Brugge-Genk 3-1 (21 ’Mata 1-0, 37’ Writers 2-0, 77 ’Samatta 2-1, 78’ Vormer 3-1
This is what our club watcher says: Is Club Brugge steaming on against Genk? The chance is not non-existent – in Limburg people have had quite a few headaches this past week with the whole mess around Malinovskyi. Club itself is full of confidence. Still, we think that the Leko team will be a little less rushed forward than during the previous three games. Running into the knife against Genk is deadly, and if Club Brugge does not lose on Sunday, that is actually always a good result because Genk still comes to visit. The match is not decisive for the title, it is all the more interesting as a showdown. If Club wins, it will take the lead again for the first time since Day 9. And that already dates from the beginning of October.
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