Posted on Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 2:49 p.m.
Through Jonas Bernard
The Liège coach hopes that his team will stay on the dynamic of recent weeks.
Eupen and Beerschot, here are the names of Standard’s last two opponents this season. Or not, since two victories could qualify the Liège club for the Playoffs 2, even if it remains dependent on the results of its direct competitors. Optimist, Mbaye Leye thinks him that a full card will do the trick to finish in the Top 8. “I think that a 6 out of 6 will be enough given the schedule of our adversaries. The ball is in our court and if we reproduce what we faced in Ghent, we should be fine. ”
The first meeting is that of Kerwheg this Friday evening, where Standard won less than a month ago as part of the Belgian Cup. “It will be a different game, because I expected a more offensive team from Eupen,” said Mbaye Leye. “They have nothing more to lose or gain. Their way of playing has already changed a lot since this Cup match. Which is a good thing because we struggled, at Mouscron and against Louvain in particular, against regrouped teams. I obviously used the footage from that clash, but the players know that they will also have to adapt to a new opponent. “
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