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These are all the statistics you need to know, Belgium Jupiler +14.9%. That’s a fantastic return on investment, and we intend to do even better this season. With all the refinements we have been making and more sports covered, we are going for our biggest season ever.


What a terrible start to the season it’s been for Gent. The fact is Hein Vanhaezebrouck’s team have been knocked out of the Europa league, plus they also lost both their league matches to St-Truiden (3-2) and Antwerp (0-1). The latter result is a major worry has they were beaten at home against a team that are newly promoted.

From what we are seeing, the big issue with the hosts is missed goalscoring opportunities. New signing Mamadou Sylla was the main culprit, so that’s got to be a worry for the three pronged attack.

Mechelen started the campaign with two draws against Waasland (2-2) and St Liege (1-1). In some ways that’s ironic, because last season they only played six draws all season. Furthermore, at home, they were the sixth best host winning 10/15 games, and one of them was against todays visitor Gent (2-0).

We could also mention Yannick Ferrera’s side took 31 points at home compared to Gents 13 on the road. And, while their are a few missing players on both sides, none of them appear to be significant. Taking all the factors we have at hand, we wonder why the Buffalo’s are a qtr ball favourite!


Odds: 1.91 Pinnacle



Oostende lost their two opening matches, and they have also been sent packing from the Europa league. Letting decent players such has Adam Marusic and Nanny Landry Dimata leave was less than ideal, while at the same time inevitable. Afterall, these small clubs need to trade players in order to exist, and on a positive note they did at least bring in Richairo Zivkovic and Nicolas Lombaerts. 

To be fair the Kustboy’s would have been expected to lose against Anderlecht, and it was a really close 1-0. Yves Vanderhaeghe’s side are clearly better than results imply, and home advantage in this league shouldn’t be underestimated. 

Waasland played out two draws to date, and they can be particularly happy with the 3-3 in Genk. However, they lost both fixtures to Oostende last season and they only managed 12 points on the road during that campaign.


Odds: 1.86 IBC