Genk vs Charleroi – Soccer Pick. Belgium Jupiler. While this League might not appeal to purists, we love it for the profits. We have 4 bets lined up for today, and here is one of them.

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Genk took 40 points from 15 games. At the halfway of the season, the hosts are 7 points clear of nearest rivals Antwerp. Also, they won their last 8 matches, and if anything they are still improving!

In the last round, the Smurfs beat Mechelen 3-1. Considering Bilal El Khannouss was red-carded on 64 minutes, it was a big effort from Wouter Vrancken’s team. Previously, Genk had won (1-3) an away match at 2nd-placed Antwerp. On that occasion, Bryan Heynen opened the scoring, while Paul Onuachu followed up with another two. 

Over the last three games, Genk has become increasingly prolific. In fact, they put six past Westerlo and it could have been more! The hosts have now scored 7 goals more than the next best Club Brugge.

The Smurfs are without suspended Khannouss, but Angelo Preciado returns from his three-match ban. While the team can’t miss what they never had, the unused Adnane, Oyen, and Sadick remain on the sidelines.

As for Charleroi, following a 1-0 win over Antwerp, they climbed to 11th in the table. Nevertheless, things haven’t gone well for the visitors, and too many defeats cost Edward Still his job. Franck Defays was installed as the caretaker manager before the last game, and he will take charge tonight.

For the record, the win against Antwerp was the first in five games. Previously, St Liege, Cerclee Brugge, and St Truiden had beaten the Zebras, and they could only draw at home with Kortrijk. 

The visitors will have to make do without suspended winger Ken Knuba. He picked up a fifth yellow card of the season, and that means a one-match ban. Sporting will also be without unused Van Cleemput and the long-term injured Knezevic.

In summary, Genk is the real deal, and they have always been hard to stop at the Cegeka Arena. Incidentally, the hosts won their last five home fixtures against Charleroi! To cut a long story short, Charleroi is due a reality check and we are recommending Genk -1.5.

BET: GENK -1.5

Odds: 2.16