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ST TRUIDEN vs GENK: BETTING PREVIEW & PICK
St. Truiden faces a challenge as they lost star player Aboubakery Keith to international duty and first-choice goalkeeper Zion Suzuki is also away with his country. However, with a 28-man squad at their disposal, Thorsten Fink’s only other concern lies with Shinji Okazaki’s availability. Nonetheless, the cards dealt for today’s match seem reasonably favorable!
After 21 games, St. Truiden comfortably sits in 8th place in the mid-table. They boast a home record of 4 wins, 3 draws, and 3 losses and have remained unbeaten in their last five games at the Stayen.
Despite a recent defeat against Royale Union, where the league leaders scored the winning goal in the 97th minute, St. Truiden’s performance was statistically promising. Thorsten Fink’s team previously secured draws against St. Liege and Antwerp and defeated Charleroi before Christmas. In their reverse game against Genk, they managed to force a draw.
Genk, positioned 5th, struggled in their last round, settling for a draw against Cerclee Brugge. Analyzing expected goals (xG) from that game indicates Genk was fortunate to secure a point.
Despite being three places and eight points ahead of St. Truiden, Genk’s recent away form has been disappointing, losing three of their last four games. Additionally, they haven’t won any of their last four meetings against St. Truiden.
The visitors, Genk, face challenges of their own as they miss influential players Bilal El Khannouss and Joris Kayembe due to international duty. With Aziz Ouattara and Daniel Munoz also unavailable, Wouter Vrancken must choose from a squad of 24.
Considering the season’s form and recent efforts, the upcoming match promises to be more competitive than what the betting market suggests. Based on our analysis, St. Truiden is poised to make an impact in the game.
BET: ST TRUIDEN +0.5 (Double chance)
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