KV Oostende is going head to head with Club Brugge on 12th March at the Diaz Arena in Oostende, Belgium. KV Oostende played against Club Brugge in 1 match this season. Currently, KV Oostende ranks 14th, while Club Brugge holds 2nd position in the Belgian Pro League.
During the last 14 meetings with KV Oostende playing at home, KV Oostende have won 2 times. There have been two draws while Club Brugge have won 10 times.
During the last 27 meetings, KV Oostende have won 2 times. There have been three draws while Club Brugge have won 22 times. KV Oostende’s previous home win against Club Brugge was in 2017. Last season Club Brugge won both games against KV Oostende – 2-1 at home and 3-1 away. Club Brugge have a winning streak of 4 matches in the Pro League.
KV Oostende must try to score again for Club Brugge, and their manager Yves Vanderhaeghe knows that too. The match at Anderlecht was not surprisingly lost, although the coach also saw a number of bright spots that the rescue is now as good as certain, among other things. “With nine points, it shouldn’t go wrong, although that is subject to change until we are mathematically certain,” says Vanderhaeghe.
CLUB BRUGGE has won the last four matches.
CLUB BRUGGE has won the last two home matches.
CLUB BRUGGE has scored at least one goal in the last six matches.
CLUB BRUGGE has scored at least one goal in the last three home matches.
KV OOSTENDE has lost the last two away matches.
KV OOSTENDE could not win one out of the last three away matches.
KV OOSTENDE could not score at least one goal in the last two matches.
KV OOSTENDE could not score at least one goal in the last three away matches.
Kick-off: Saturday 12th March 2022
Time: 19:45 (UK)
Stadium: Diaz Arena in Oostende
Prediction: The home team came into this on the back of a 3-0 defeat away to high-flying Anderlecht last weekend. Oostende have managed to score just one goal in their previous five matches, and they have scored either zero or one goal in each of their last ten matches. Only RFC Seraing have scored fewer than them this season. They now come up against a Club Brugge side that does look set to relinquish their grips on the Belgian title, and they have also lost manager Philippe Clement to Monaco. The visitors have won four successive matches, though, as they maintain a challenge on Royale Union Saint-Gilloise at the top of the table. A comfortable away win is expected for this one.