December 01, 2023 9:36 PM
Alex Lawes

Club Brugge vs Standard Liege Betting Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 Belgian Pro League

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When is Club Brugge vs Standard Liege on and what time does it start? Club Brugge vs Standard Liege will take place on Sunday 3rd December, 2023 – 17:30 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Club Brugge vs Standard Liege? Visit each team’s official website for the latest ticket information

Where can I watch Club Brugge vs Standard Liege in the UK? Club Brugge vs Standard Liege will not be televised live and cannot be streamed in the UK



Ronny Deila left Standard Liege towards the end of last season and joined arch-rivals Club Brugge. His time in charge started well but the 2022 Belgian champions have struggled quite badly domestically this season as they begin this match day sitting outside of the top six and the end of season championship round playoff places.

They come into this on the back of a fantastic 5-0 thrashing of Besiktas in midweek in the group stages of the UEFA Europa Conference League. They have shown that capability to score at will on several occasions this season with quite a few hammerings dished out, but most often that has happened in European competition.


Under the management of former Club Brugge boss, Carl Hoefkens, Standard Liege have had a topsy turvy 2023/24 Jupiler Pro League campaign. They started really poorly before steadying the ship in mid-table and have now appeared to come through another mini blip to try and challenge for a top six spot.

They edged past Genk by a goal to nil last weekend, thanks to a 66th minute winner from Hayao Kawabe. The victory came after a run of collecting just a point from their previous three matches. A theme for Standard has been their low-scoring habits, despite a plethora of attacking options, as they have managed to score just 16 times so far this season.



There are several doubts for Ronny Deila this weekend with Josef Bursik and Kyriani Sabbe among those that are potentially unavailable.

PREDICTED XI (4-2-3-1): Mignolet; Odoi, Spileers, Mechele, De Cuyper; Nielsen, Onyedika; Skov Olsen, Vetlesen, Zinckernagel; Thiago


QUESTIONABLE: Vermant (Injured), Sabbe (Injured), Talbi (Injured), Bursik (Injured)


Standard Liege are missing a few key men for this weekend due to suspension, such as defender Zinho Vanheusden, as well as Nathan Ngoy.

PREDICTED XI (3-5-2): Bodart; Noubi, Laifis, Dewaele; Price, Kawabe, O’Neill, Alzate, Canak; Djenepo, Kanga

UNAVAILABLE: Vanheusden (Suspended), Ngoy (Suspended)

QUESTIONABLE: Hautekiet (Injured)


Ronny Deila’s Club Brugge have been entertaining to watch this season with 43 goals coming in their 15 matches so far this season. However, winning just six of those 15 games is something that must be solved as they try and move themselves back up the table. Standard Liege could move level on points if they go and win at the Janbreydelstadion this weekend. Despite Standard’s low-scoring habits, this one should be a fiery and fierce clash with goals to be expected.


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