JPL DAY 3: PREVIEW RSC CHARLEROI - KV OOSTENDE
Selection (19): Hubert, Badu, Urhoghide, Medley, Tanghe, Wylin, Govaers, D'Haese, Ndicka, Amade, Rocha, Dewaele, Bätzner, Patoulidis, Sakamoto, Atanga, Ambrose, Gueye, Berte.
Injured: Schelfhout (meniscus), Capon (calf), Katelaris (adductors), Hornby (knee), Musayev (hamstring) D'Arpino (ligaments), Kvasina (knee).
Suspended: Albanian (1/2)
Not selected: Duncan, Boonen, Osifo, Koziello, McGeehan, Stiers.
Remarks: McGeehan played a game with the reserves last week for the first time after his injury. Due to administration not in the hands of KVO, goalkeeper Phillips is not yet eligible to play.
On Saturday, the Coastal Boys travel to the Black Country, where at the Stade du Pays, Sporting Charleroi will face off.
The Hainauts are annually tipped as an outsider for a POI ticket and are considered a certitude for Playoff II.
On the banks of De Samber it was, according to annual tradition, very busy in terms of incoming and outgoing transfers. Besides a number of outgoing transfers, the Zebras reinforced themselves with Heymans (Venezia), Benbouali (Paradou), Delavallée (Mouscron). Bager and Marcq made the transfer from Union Sint-Gillis.
On the first matchday of this fledgling season, Edward Still's troops won trouble-free over the Pandas from Eupen (3-1). Last weekend they narrowly lost to Union in the Belgian capital.
Edward Still played with the following selection against 'Les Unionistes': Koffi, Knezevic, Andreou, Bessilé, Nkuba, Zorgane, Ilaimaharitra, Morioka, Kayembe, Badji, Zaroury. Mbenza, Gholizadeh, Heymans and Benbouali filled in.
Last season, the Coastal Boys lost 1-0 to Charleroi in the closing stages. The only goal back then was scored by Bessilé.
Referee: Mr. Kevin Van Damme
Assistants: Mr. Tom Vanpoucke and Mr. Nico Claes
4the official: Mr. Matonga Simonini
VAR: Mr. Lowie Vander Linden