Standard Liège – Ghent –

Standard Liège – Ghent -

Standard Liège – Ghent: Everyone in the ranks of Standard Liège wants to forget last year’s disastress. It took 14th place in the standings, which is the worst in the last 70 years. The most important change that took place from the end of last season until today is the change in the ownership regime, with the arrival of American investors, who proceeded to change the coach. New in the Norwegian is Ronny Deila. However, transcriptionally there is not much mobility and this is a cause for concern.

Standard Liège – Ghent: The season started bad for Ghent. The Flanders team was beaten 1-0 by Club Brugge in the Super Cup final. Last year was considered a success, as it reached the Cup, as well as the “16” of the Europa Conference League. If she has similar achievements this year, everyone will clearly be happy. Transfer-wise, she proceeded to sign striker Kuipers from Malin and bought the rights to defender Torunariga, who was on loan from Hertha. There is nothing else worth mentioning.


Standard Liège – Ghent: Gent has four consecutive wins over Standard Liège in their league and cup games. In total, the two teams have met 125 times. The hosts have 54 wins against the visitors’ 47, while 27 of their matches have ended in draws.

Ghent theoretically has the first reason to win the bet, but given that we are talking about a premiership and an away game, we will avoid going to the point. Certainly, Standard Liège does not cause fear, but they are playing on their home ground and with the new coach they will want to enter the new league on the right foot. In their pre-season friendlies, both teams showed that they have defensive problems and that’s what I’m betting on. Let’s bet with the selection with “G/G and Under 5.5 goals” at odds of 1.88 (TigersBet).

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Author: Judd Olson