Midweek mayhem in JPL


It’s midweek mayhem in the Belgium’s JPL, as our sponsored football teams take to the pitch in games that were postponed due to bad weather. KV Mechelen opposed Charleroi yesterday in their meeting that was cancelled on January 28 with a 1-0 lead for the Carolos. All of the Pro League’s games on Sunday were forced to be cancelled due to heavy storms, so both KV Kortrijk and RAFC still need to play their games against Waasland-Beveren and KRC Genk, respectively. Insights in these postponed games could give us a clear betting edge to win some money thanks to our teams.

Waasland-Beveren – KV Kortrijk (Wednesday February 12, 8.30 p.m.)

Waasland-Beveren is fighting hard to keep its head above water in the Pro League, to the point that it might’ve even been happy to get a few days extra to prepare for its encounter with KV Kortrijk. Beveren finds itself in a relegation-risky 15th place out of 16, while Kortrijk currently stands at 12th place, 6 points ahead with a total of 26 out of 24 matches so far. A win for Kortrijk would confirm its status as a solid JPL presence. The Kerels average 2.2 goals against their Waasland opponents, who only netted 1.3 on average. The last time out, though, Waasland-Beveren managed to create one of its few successes as it beat KVK 1-3 on November 9, 2019. Can our side exact its revenge at the Freethiel stadium?

Statistics (23 most recent Belgian Pro League games)

Head to head:

  • 6 wins for Waasland-Beveren
  • 3 draws
  • 14 wins for KV Kortrijk

Recent encounters (national competition):

  • KV Kortrijk – Waasland-Beveren: 1-3
  • KV Kortrijk – Waasland-Beveren: 2-1
  • Waasland-Beveren – KV Kortrijk: 2-3
  • Waasland-Beveren – KV Kortrijk: 2-6
  • KV Kortrijk – Waasland-Beveren: 2-2

Pro League form guide:

  • Waasland-Beveren: win-win-win-loss-loss
  • KV Kortrijk: win-win-loss-draw-win

Average goals:

  • Waasland-Beveren: 1.3
  • KV Kortrijk: 2.2

Can KV Kortrijk beat Waasland-Beveren to the same tune as the first leg of this fixture? Bet €10 on a 1-3 result and win €140!

KVK to lead at half time and full time @3.55 is great value too!

RAFC – KRC Genk (Thursday February 13, 8.30 p.m.)

RAFC is still enjoying one of its best seasons in its recent history, which finds it in a relatively unthreatened 3rd place, leaving only KAA Gent and Club Bruges in front of it. Next on the RAFC schedule is the rescheduled game against defending champion KRC Genk. The Limburg powerhouse has made an unsteady impression this season, after some key players left for more high-profile clubs. Along with a couple of other teams around its 6th place, it is still fighting for a place in the Play-Off 1. If RAFC wins, however, it is virtually certain of PO1 participation. With both teams having something really tangible to fight over, this could very well be an open game with plenty of movement in all directions!

Statistics (8 most recent Belgian Pro League games)

Head to head:

  • 2 wins for RAFC
  • 2 draws
  • 4 wins for KRC Genk

Recent encounters (national competition):

  • RAFC – KRC Genk: 3-3 (4-3)
  • KRC Genk – RAFC: 2-2
  • KRC Genk – RAFC: 4-0
  • RAFC – KRC Genk: 1-0
  • KRC Genk – RAFC: 0-0

Pro League form guide:

  • RAFC: draw-draw-win-win-loss
  • KRC Genk: loss-win-win-loss-win

Average goals:

  • RAFC: 1.9
  • KRC Genk: 3.1

With 5 combined goals on average per game, it could prove worth your while to go for ‘Total Over 4.5’ @4.90!

Come on you Reds! A second-half winning goal after a halftime draw @5.00 could turn €10 on RAFC into €50!

This midweek mayhem could reverberate throughout the regular Pro League season, so don’t miss out on your chance to make some money thanks to our sponsored teams!

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