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Second day of the Pro League: Union – Charleroi as a curtain raiser, Genk – Standard as a shock and a last test before Europe for Anderlecht

Karel Geraerts will lead the Union for the first time at Parc Duden. This match against Charleroi will be above all a good test before challenging Glasgow Rangers next week. Anderlecht and Antwerp will play their respective trips to Cercle and Zulte Waregem while also keeping their next European deadline in the back of their minds.

The duel between Union Saint-Gilloise and Charleroi will open the second day of the Belgian football championship on Friday, marked in particular by a clash between Genk and Standard.

Friday, at 8:45 p.m., the Union and Charleroi will face each other in the curtain raiser of the 2nd day. The Belgian vice-champions started the season with a tie (1-1) in Saint-Trond while Sporting won 3-1 against Eupen. For the Union, it will be a good test before challenging Rangers on Tuesday in the third preliminary round of the Champions League.

Anderlecht will also think about preparing Europe

Saturday, at 4 p.m., the new Sporting d’Anderlecht of Felice Mazzu will try to confirm their good debut (2-0 against Ostend) during the trip to Cercle Bruges (0 points). The people of Brussels will also turn to Europe next, with a 3rd preliminary round of Conference League which awaits them on Thursday against the Armenians of Ararat-Armenia or the Estonians of Paide Linnameeskond.

Two matches will be played at 6:15 p.m.: a duel between two victorious teams on the first day, Oud-Heverlee Louvain and the promoted Westerlo, and one between two club teams beaten in the opening, Ostend and Mechelen.

At 8:45 p.m., place at La Gantoise / Saint-Trond, which have 1 point each.

FC Brugge in the Eastern Townships

Sunday will open at 1:30 p.m. with an interesting Genk/Standard. The Limburgers lost 3-2 at Club Brugge while Standard snatched a 2-2 draw against La Gantoise by playing a large part of the match with ten.

At 4 p.m., Eupen (0 points) will challenge Club Brugge (3 points). Both beaten in opening, Seraing and Courtrai will face each other at 6:30 p.m.

Finally, the ambitious Antwerp (3 points) will meet Zulte Waregem (3 points) at the end of the day. A match potentially stuck between two preliminary rounds of the Conference League for the ‘Great Old’, which moves Thursday to Kosovo in the 2nd preliminary round, and which could therefore prove difficult to negotiate.

The duel between Union Saint-Gilloise and Charleroi will open the second day of the Belgian football championship on Friday, marked in particular by a clash between Genk and Standard. Friday, at 8:45 p.m., the Union and Charleroi will face each other in the curtain raiser of the 2nd day. The Belgian vice-champions started the season with a tie (1-1) in Saint-Trond while Sporting won 3-1 against Eupen. For the Union, it will be a good test before challenging Rangers on Tuesday in the third preliminary round of the Champions League. On Saturday at 4:00 p.m., Felice Mazzu’s new Sporting d’Anderlecht will try to confirm their good start (2-0 against Ostend) during the trip to Cercle Bruges (0 points). The people of Brussels will also turn to Europe next, with a third preliminary round of the Conference League awaiting them on Thursday against the Armenians of Ararat-Armenia or the Estonians of Paide Linnameeskond. Two matches will be played at 6:15 p.m.: a duel between two victorious teams on the first day, Oud-Heverlee Louvain and the promoted Westerlo, and one between two club teams beaten in the opening, Ostend and Mechelen. At 8:45 p.m., place at La Gantoise / Saint-Trond, which have 1 point each. Sunday will open at 1:30 p.m. with an interesting Genk/Standard. The Limburgers lost 3-2 at Club Brugge while Standard snatched a 2-2 draw against La Gantoise by playing a large part of the match with ten. At 4 p.m., Eupen (0 points) will challenge Club Brugge (3 points). Both beaten in opening, Seraing and Courtrai will face each other at 6:30 p.m. Finally, the ambitious Antwerp (3 points) will meet Zulte Waregem (3 points) at the end of the day. A match potentially stuck between two preliminary rounds of the Conference League for the ‘Great Old’, which moves Thursday to Kosovo in the 2nd preliminary round, and which could therefore prove difficult to negotiate.

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