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The Belgium Jupiler League is playing this round before Christmas, and another round will follow on the 26th and 27th of December.

Neither of these teams was badly affected by the World Cup, so this match should be played on merit. For the record, the reverse game in the middle of August ended 0-0.

Mechelen has 18 points from 16 games, and of those 14 were taken at home. In comparison, Cerclee Brugge took 25 points from 17 games, but only 10 points came from 9 road matches. 

During the week, De Kakkers won a cup match against Seraing. For that game, the coach was able to give other players a chance. In fact, Steven Defour made 6 changes to the team which beat Eupen. 

On a positive note, the previously injured Kerim Mrabti scored the winner. While he was substituted after 65 minutes, the secondary striker made a good comeback. If the 28-year-old is deemed fit, he should be in the starting line for today’s home game.

As for Cerclee Brugge, following a slow start to the campaign Miron Muslic was appointed the new coach. Since his arrival, Cerclee is 6-1-1 in the league. Moreover, those 19 points took them out of the relegation zone into ninth in the table.

However, during the week the Green/Whites were knocked out of the cup by Gent. While that match went to extra time, the result was a fair reflection of the game. 

Take note, for Tuesday match, the Cerclee manager used his usual 10 outfield players. The only change to the team which beat St Truiden was goalkeeper Stellion. 

In conclusion, De Kakkers can be relied upon to play their best football at the AFAS. The hosts were able to rest their best players for the challenge ahead, whereas the Cerclee team had 120 minutes on the field. Home advantage is massive, and so are these odds!

BET: MECHELEN +/-0 (draw no bet)

Odds: 2.04