SELECTION AND PREVIEW KV KORTRIJK - KVO
Selection (19): Hubert, Schelfhout, Ndicka, Jakel, Medley, Tanghe, Fortes, Capon, Wylin, Koziello, D'Arpino, Amade, Patoulidis, Batzner, Rocha, Kvasina, Gueye, Ambrose, Atanga.
InjuredMcGeehan, Boonen, Osifo, D'Haese.
RemarksD'Haese is training again but tomorrow's match is still too early.
On Saturday the Kustboys will travel to the Guldensporenstadion to take on KV Kortrijk.
0n our province companions are playing a solid season and after 11 match days they are in a shared tenth place with 15 points, 2 points behind KVO. In terms of results, the blokes achieved 8 out of 15 at home. They won against Seraing and AA Gent. In between they played equal against Mechelen and Charleroi. Only against Genk did the red men suffer a narrow 1-2 defeat. On the road, our fellow provincials scored 6 out of 18.
Last weekend they lost 2-0 against Club Brugge at the Jan Breydel Stadium.
Belhocine, the newly appointed coach to replace Elsner who left for Standard, played with the following line-up: Ilic, Dewaele, Sainsbury, Radovanovic, D'Haene, Vandendriessche, Fixelles, Palaversa, Moreno, Gueye and Selemani. Mbayo, Badamosi and Torp filled in.
At Kortrijkzanen, a number of players have a history with KVO. Kevin Vandendriessche (216 matches for KVO) is a case in point, but so are Michiel Jonckheere (200 matches) and Ante Palaversa.
Last season the Kustboys lost by 3-1 against the blokes. Dewaele gave the home team the lead and Hjulsager brought KVO alongside with a clever scissor. After that the home team took over thanks to goals from Gueye and Mboyo.
Referee: Mr Jonathan Lardot
Assistants: Mr. Lemaire and Mr. Mathias Massa
4the official: Mr. Lothar D'Hondt
VAR: Mr. Alexandre Boucaut