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On Saturday at 8.30 p.m. two somewhat surprising high-flyers RAFC and STVV get ready to battle it out for bragging rights in the top 5. Then on Sunday at 2.30 p.m., old rivals Club Bruges and Standard Liège meet before the must-watch game between RSCA Anderlecht and leaders Genk at 6 p.m.!

RAFC (@1.65) versus STVV (@5.25)

Two sides rather unexpectedly riding high in the JPL are RAFC in second place and currently fifth placed STVV. This Saturday, the former welcomes the latter to the Bosuilstadion. The VAR (Video Assistant Referee) played a huge part of Antwerp’s 0-0 draw away to KAA Gent last time out by rejecting three goals and giving the home team a penalty in the final minutes. With the draw, RAFC jumped over Club Bruges to second place in the standings, and sits three points behind leaders KRC Genk. STVV recorded a memorable 4-2 victory at home to RSC Anderlecht, with playmaker Daichi Kamada notching his 9th league goal in 12 games. With the big clubs in Belgium dropping points regularly this season, could this be an opportunity for another club to lift the title?

Club Bruges (@1.75) versus Standard Liège (@4.45)

Having won the league comfortably last season by a margin of 12 points, defending champion Club Bruges has been struggling for a decent run of results in recent weeks. It has won just once in seven attempts in the league as they sit in third place, four points behind leader KRC Genk. A 1-3 defeat at home to Zulte-Waregem last weekend made matters worse for Ivan Leko’s men. They face a Standard side sitting in sixth position after securing a comfortable 3-0 victory at home to Eupen last weekend. It’s worth noting that both sides will compete in midweek action, with Bruges travelling to face Borussia Dortmund in the UCL, while Standard hosts Spanish giant Seville in the UEL.

RSC Anderlecht (@3.15) versus KRC Genk (@2.15)

Leader of the JPL Genk recorded its first league defeat of the season after a 1-2 home loss to Cercle Brugge last weekend. Head coach Philippe Clement will want a positive return to action against fourth placed Anderlecht. The Mauves were also defeated last time out when they lost 4-2 away to STVV. Both sides face important midweek Europa League games: Genk travels to Sweden to face Malmö, while Anderlecht hosts Spartak Trnava. Genk remains unbeaten away from home in the JPL, with five wins and three draws in eight games. Will it remain unbeaten away from home when it steps into the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium?

Weekend Multi Bet: let’s finish up today with a tempting 4-match accumulator on the action from Belgium’s Premier League. Home wins for Zulte-Waregem (versus KV Oostende), Club Bruges (versus Standard Liège), RSC Anderlecht (versus Genk) and KV Kortrijk (versus Royal Mouscron) gives juicy betting value @17.36 here!

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