Genk moved to the top of the Belgian Pro League standings after recording a win on match-day 11 of the 2018/19 campaign over the weekend.
Ghanaian defender Joseph Aidoo played the entire match as Genk edge out AS Eupen 2-1 at home on Saturday.
As a result, Genk replaced Club Brugge at the top of the league standings with the latter having drawn 1-1 with Waasland-Beveren on Friday.
Larry Azouni, who hails from Tunisia, helped KV Kortrijk overcome Sint-Truiden 3-1 at home, while Lokeren lost 2-1 to Antwerp away.
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Anderlecht recorded their second successive victory when they defeated Cercle Brugge 4-2 at home on Sunday.
DR Congolese striker Anthony Limbombe grabbed a brace as Gent thumped KV Oostende 4-0 away.
Match-day 12 action will start on Friday with Gent taking on Mali international Adama Niane's Sporting Charleroi.
Zulte-Waregem, who have lost their last eight league games, will be keen to end their losing streak when they face Royal Excel Mouscron on Saturday.
The biggest game of the weekend will be between Standard Liege and Genk on Sunday.
Belgian Pro League fixtures - 26-28 October
Kick-off times in CAT
Friday, 26 October
20h30: Gent v Sporting Charleroi - Delayed broadcast on Fox Sports 1 at 22h45
Saturday, 27 October
18h00: Zulte-Waregem v Royal Excel Mouscron
20h00: Cercle Brugge v KV Kortrijk
20h00: Lokeren v KV Oostende
20h30: Sint-Truiden v Club Brugge - LIVE on Fox Sports 1
Sunday, 28 October
15h30: Standard Liege v Genk - Delayed broadcast on Fox Sports 1 at 19h45
19h00: AS Eupen v Anderlecht
21h00: Waasland-Beveren v Antwerp