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Belgian Betting Round 17: KAA Gent aiming for a third consecutive win

Each week, BeNeFoot will bring you some interesting bets as the season progresses. Here are our top three picks for this weekend.

Waasland-Beveren – Sporting Charleroi, Draw No Bet 2 @ 2.25 (8/10)

Bob Peeters and Waasland-Beveren are getting in a very dangerous position. The club only gathered nine points out of sixteen matches this season. The biggest problem for Waasland-Beveren is scoring, something you think Bob Peeters could find a solution for as former striker. Sporting Charleroi are their opponents this weekend. The club from Wallonia won last weekend against title candidate Anderlecht, with sparkling football. This season Onur Kaya, Danijel Milicevic and David Pollet showed already a couple of times that they’re ready for a move to bigger club. Waasland-Beveren will have a difficult evening against this strong Charleroi. Odds are way too high!

OH Leuven to score against Racing Genk @ 1.65 ( 6/10)

Racing Genk are a little bit unstable the last weeks. First they lose 0-4 against KV Oostende, some days later they win against Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League. In their 16 matches they conceded 17 goals, which is not really superb for a title candidate. OH Leuven are in a good shape again this season and already showed some good things. They’re still close to the relegation zone but they showed that scoring is not a problem this season.  They already surprised a lot of clubs with their fast counter attacks. 1.65 to score a goal is a more than decent odd.

KV Mechelen – KAA Gent, Double Chance 2 @ 1.48 (7/10)

KAA Gent are getting better and better every week, finally. Mircea Rednic, coach of KAA Gent, is still struggling to find his best formation but winning matches is the most important thing at this moment. This weekend he left Frank Boeckx, Ervin Zukanovic and other out of his squad. Every week there are some surprises but if he can win another match fans won’t bother too much. KV Mechelen are having a very difficult time this season. KV Mechelen, who was one of the most feared clubs in the Jupiler Pro League when they played a match at home, “Achter De Kazerne”. This season however KV Mechelen only won two out of their seven matches at home.

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