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25 May 2023
It's going to be a great weekend in the Pro League to determine who will be the Belgian champion. With two days to go before the end of the play-offs, the suspense remains. To take advantage of this event, you will find the best odds to bet on the winners of the league on Goldenpalace.be!
Despite the fact that Royal Antwerp lost against Brugge, they are still slight favourites. But nothing is decided yet, as Union and Genk can still take the title. We take a look at the situation and the possibilities in the run-up to Sunday's two games.
This is a possibility for Antwerp if they keep the 3 points at home against Union Saint-Gilloise. After winning their 4th Belgian Cup a few weeks ago, the Great Old are looking forward to celebrating their 5th league title, a first in the 66-year history of the club. Their objective: to beat Union on Sunday in the Bosuil-stadium, a match that will kick off at 1.30 pm.
After losing 2-0 to Club Brugge on the previous matchday, Mark Van Bommel's men are more motivated than ever. And they are counting on their home advantage as they have won 15 of their 19 games this season. A crucial as it may also decide the fate of Union Saint-Gilloise who have as many points as Antwerp (45 points). Even if they can't be crowned champions this Sunday because they received half a point more in the points division in 2. If there is a tie at the end of the play-offs, Antwerp will be champion.
Club Brugge and KRC Genk will meet on Sunday at 6.30 p.m., in a match that could be of massive importance if Antwerp and Union remain tied at the top of the table. The Genkies would then be one point behind if they win, and they could be back in the title race just before the curtain falls on the Champions' play-offs on 4th of June when Genk will host Antwerp.
The final phase of the Pro League will be decisive and promises to be full of surprises. On this occasion, find the best odds for betting on the outright league on Goldenpalace.be!
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