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KV Mechelen and Charleroi face at the Den Dreef Stadium, Heverlee, in a match for the 1st leg of the Europa League access play-offs.
The head to head history between both teams favours Charleroi. In the last 10 matches, they register 4 wins 4 draws and 2 losses. In the last match between both teams in this stadium there was a 0-0 draw.

Analysis of Mechelen

KV Mechelen arrives at this match after 4 consecutive matches with no losses and 8 wins in the last 10. Moreover, their home record is impressive: 11 wins and only 2 losses.
Their defensive strength is also noticeable. In championship matches, KV Mechelen has only suffered an average of 0,68 goals per match. Moreover, in 42% of the matches they haven’t conceded any goals and have scored an average of 1,79 goals per match.

With this goal difference, it is natural that 47% of the matches have ended with Over 2,5 goals. Finally, it’s also worth noticing that Aleksandar Jankovic’s team has come back from two negative results.
Probable Line-up: Biebauw; Cocalic, Kosanovic, Obradovic, Paulussen, De Witte; Cissé, Hanni, De Petter; Naessens, Veselinovic.  
Coach: Aleksandar Jankovic

Confirmed Lineup: W. Biebauw, L. Paulussen, E. Cocalić, S. De Witte, I. Obradović, M. Kosanović, S. De Petter, I. Cissé, S. Hanni, J. Naessens, D. Veselinović.
Coach: A. Janković.

Analysis of Sporting Charleroi

Charleroi arrives at this match after two consecutive losses against Club Brugge and Standard Liège, by 3-2 and 2-0.  Moreover, they haven’t won an away match in the last 6 matches.
Charleroi supporters don’t usually see many goals in their stadium. Charleroi scores an average of 1,2 goals per match and suffers 1,35. Moreover, only 40% of the matches have ended with Over 2,5 goals.
37% of their away matches have ended 1st half with a 0-0 score. However, only 10% of the matches have ended with no goals. Finally, it’s worth noticing that Charleroi have suffered more goals then they have scored in the first half.
Probable Line-up: Penneteau; Dewaest, François, Martos, N’Ganga, Willems; Marcq, Ndongala, Saglik, Tainmont; Coulibaly.
Coach: Felice Mazzu

Confirmed Lineup: N. Penneteau, S. Marinos, F. N'Ganga, S. Dewaest, Javi Martos, K. Geraerts, C. Tainmont, D. Marcq, N. Kebano, D. N'Dongala, K. Coulibaly.
Coach: F. Mazzù.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that KV Mechelen will win. Analysing Charleroi’s weak performances in away matches, we expect the home team to continue registering good results in home matches and to get the win. Moreover, KV Mechelen will try to make use of the home advantage to get a good result for the 2nd leg match.

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Pro League - 2014/2015

  • 100% 302 / 303 Games

  • Home team wins 46.69%
  • Draws 22.85%
  • Away team wins 30.46%
  • Over 1.5 77.15%
  • Over 2.5 52.32%
  • Over 3.5 34.44%
  • Goals 862
  • Goals /match 2.85
  • Goals /match home 1.64
  • Goals /match away 1.22
  • Both teams score 52.65%
  • Goals after 80' 18.33%
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