RSCA Futures beat Virton to top the standings (3-1)

Les RSCA Futures battent virton - Photo : Belga

The first two matches of the eighth day of the Challenger Pro League ended in 3-1 victories for RSCA Wirton Futures and 0-3 from Beveren for Dender. Suddenly Anderlecht’s hopes rose to the top of the standings with 16 points, while Waeslandiens in step (15 points, 2nd). Virton is in 8th place, followed by Dender (7 points, 9th).

With Lukas Stassin missing a penalty (29th), the young Mavs had to wait to beat Thomas Vincencini. Already top scorer last weekend against SL16 FC, Kilian Sardella scored twice (48th, 52nd). Victory was still not there as Virton resumed the debate thanks to Ayoub Allach (61st, 2-1). But Stasin made up for his mistake by making the breakthrough (76th, 3-1).

Dender are still winless at home. It all started badly for Flandriens as Beveren opened the scoring on his first real chance through Tierno Barry (5th, 0-1). The Waeslanders then dictated the tempo of the match and pressed hard on their opponents, who had to wait to sign a first attack that ended with a weak shot by Michael Lallemand (25th). Dender then found themselves in trouble: Kobi Cools was sent off for handball in the box (39th) and Lucas Costa converted the penalty (41st, 0-2). The second period was not easy for the guests, who saw Barry score twice (85, 0-3).

Saturday at 16:00, Deinze (5 points, 12th) will try to end a streak of four defeats against Lommel. The club from Limburg, which alternates wins and defeats, is in 4th position with 12 points. At 20:00 RWDM (9 points, 6th) will try to keep their place in the top 6 against Beerschot, who can regain the top spot if they win (13 points, 3rd).

Sunday at 16:00 Liers (12 points, 5th), who remain with two defeats, face SL16 FC (9 points, 7th). Finally, from 20:00 the hopes of Club Brugge (7 points, 10th) and Genk (5 points, 11th) will try to achieve their second win of the season. Club NXT hasn’t won since day three and Jong Genk hasn’t won since day one.

Belga – Photo: Belga/Virginie Lefour

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