December 01, 2023 12:58 PM
Alex Lawes

Eupen vs Kortrijk Betting Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 Belgian Pro League

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When is Eupen vs Kortrijk on and what time does it start? Eupen vs Kortrijk will take place on Saturday 2nd December, 2023 – 17:15 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Eupen vs Kortrijk? Visit each team’s official website for the latest ticket information

Where can I watch Eupen vs Kortrijk in the UK? Eupen vs Kortrijk will not be televised live and cannot be streamed in the UK



In the summer, former Wolfsburg boss Florian Kohfeldt was appointed as Eupen manager but after a strong start to the campaign, Eupen have fallen off a bit of a clip and begin the match day sitting in the bottom four. They won three of their opening five matches but have managed just one win in their subsequent ten games.

They come into this one on the back of a 2-0 defeat away to Cercle Brugge at the Janbreydelstadion, last weekend. That loss followed on from a very disappointing 3-1 defeat at home to Racing White Daring Molenbeek, prior to the November international break. No team has conceded more than the 32 that they have let in so far this season.


The reduction in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League from 18 to 16 teams means that Kortrijk were always expected to struggle down at the bottom end of the table and that has very much been the case for the Vincent Tan-owned project, who have a few Cardiff City loanees in their squad. They sacked Edward Still and his successor, Glen De Boeck, is now under pressure.

They begin the 16th match day of the 2023/24 campaign sitting rock-bottom in the table with just two victories and nine points collected in their opening 15 matches. In those 15 games, they have managed to score just ten goals with no other side managing fewer than 16. They were hammered 3-0 by Mechelen, last weekend.



Eupen have several injury concerns, such as their goalkeeper, Abdul Manaf Nurudeen remaining a doubt for the visit of Kortrijk.

PREDICTED XI (3-4-1-2): Slonina; Paeshuyse, Palsson, Kral; Magnee, Keita, Mohwald, Davidson; Pantovic; Charles-Cook, Nuhu


QUESTIONABLE: Nurudeen (Injured), Lambert (Injured), Alloh (Injured), Bialek (Injured)


Kortrijk have a few injury concerns for this weekend with the likes of Thierry Ambrose and Youssef Challouk remaining doubts as they face Eupen.

PREDICTED XI (3-4-2-1): Vandenberghe; Mampassi, Silva, Kana; Alebiosu, Malinov, Kadri, De Neve; Ojo, Bruno; Davies


QUESTIONABLE: Radovanovic (Injured), Ambrose (Injured), Challouk (Injured)


As a former manager of Wolfsburg, Florian Kohfeldt’s Eupen are expected and plan to be a naturally front foot and aggressive side. However, their terrible and inconsistent form throughout the campaign means they are really struggling for any sort of fluency at the moment. They now take on the worst team in the league that don’t even have the benefit of effective attacking play so a low-scoring encounter with under 2.5 goals appears inevitable for this likely tense and nervy affair.


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