belgian pro league weekend preview

16:28    05 Oct 2018

Celtic's Stuart Armstrong (right) and Anderlecht's Sofiane Hanni battle for the ball during the UEFA Champions League match at Celtic Park, Glasgow.
Round 10 of the 2018/19 Belgian Pro League season will be headlined by an encounter between Standard Liege and Club Brugge on Sunday.

Kick-off times in CAT.

Cercle Brugge will look to return to winning ways when they host Sporting Charleroi at the Jan Breydel Stadium on Friday and kick-off is at 20h30.

Four games will be played on Saturday with Senegalese striker Moussa Diallo's AS Eupen taking on Antwerp at the Kehrweg Stadion and the game will start at 18h00.

Two matches will then start at 20h00 with Lokeren, who have Nigerian midfielder Yusuf Lawal on their books, locking horns with KV Kortrijk at the Daknamstadion.

Sint-Truiden are expected to face off with a struggling Royal Excel Mouscron side at the Stayen.

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The last game of the day will between Waasland-Beveren and Zambia international Fashion Sakala's KV Oostende at the Freethiel Stadion. Kick-off is at 20h30.

On Sunday, three games will be played with Zulte-Waregem locking horns with Belgian football heavyweights Anderlecht at the Regenboogstadion and the match will start at 14h30.

Two Pro League giants Standard Liege and Club Brugge will clash in a titanic encounter at the Stade Maurice Dufrasne. The match will start at 18h00.

Three hours later, Nigeria youth international Taiwo Awoniyi will be keen to inspire Gent to victory against Genk at the Ghelamco Arena in the last game of the weekend.
 

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