Charleroi - Gent betting tips, preview and prediction 17 Apr 2017 – can zebras wipe away their stripes?
Belgium Pro League 17 Apr 2017 at Stade du Pays de Charleroi
Charleroi - Gent predictions for Monday’s Belgium Pro League match at Stade du Pays de Charleroi. It will be a close game with a slight advantage of the hosts. Read on for live streaming info and our free predictions. Do you want to watch live streaming of Charleroi - Gent and bet live? Go to bet365 Live Streaming and place winning bets!
Usefull stats<p>٠ Charleroi have drawn 4 matches in a row</p>
<p>٠ Charleroi have drawn 8 halves in a row</p>
<p>٠ Charleroi have drawn 1st half in 6 last matches</p>
<p>٠ Charleroi have failed to score in 1st half in 8 last matches</p>
Charleroi - Gent betting preview
Charleroi started Final round with 25 points like other two teams, Gent and Oostende. They have managed to take just two points in final round in two rounds and are fifth in the standings at the moment. For your reference: 1st place will go to UEFA Champions League, 2nd place will go to UEFA Champions League Qualifiers, 3rd place will go to UEFA Europa League, 4th place will go to UEFA Europa League Play-off. Anderlecht with 35 points are on the top as usually and central battle will be for the second place and both Charleroi and Gent are the main challengers! It will be a six-point game! The hosts have unpleasant memories from past meetings with Gent at Stade du Pays de Charleroi having won just one game since 2007, but at the same time they have not lost last four matches. Draw is the most frequent result between these sides. The Zebras have drawn 12 matches from 32 this season and today will try to get all three points as they have drawn previous four games. It’s hard to beat Charleroi, especially on their ground where they suffered only two defeats this season. That’s why the Zebras can count on success in this round as the guests look poor on the road having won just two games against outsiders. The Buffalos have scored more than one goal on the road only in four games and it’s a huge problem! Charleroi were able to take one point in Bruges in the last round and that’s say a lot. The Zebras have won 10 from 16 home matches and ready to get eleventh.