Coach Jean-Marc Jaumin makes his debut tonight with Brussels in Limburg United

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The seventh match day of the BNXT-League already brings three matches tonight. Jean-Marc Jaumin makes his debut with Brussels against Limburg United. The team from Hasselt counts 0 out of 6 and Brussels 1 out of 4. A win is therefore a must for both teams!

Patrick Ceulemans

For 51-year-old Jean-Marc Jaumin, it is his comeback in Belgium. The ex-coach of Ostend and Okapi Aalst, among others, used to work in Switzerland (Geneve and Lugano) and in recent seasons in Den Bosch in the Netherlands. He has to get the club from the capital back on track. That should also be Limburg United, the only team without a victory in the BNXT-League.

Bygone classic Charleroi-Oostende is a classic from bygone times. If the coastal team does not let itself be surprised, a seventh consecutive victory must be up for grabs. Antwerp Giants, just back after the European success in Greek Ionikos Athens, will return to Liège tonight and have to try to erase last week’s defeat in Leuven Bears. If the Sinjoren don’t, they lose touch with the top-3.

Three or four in a row for Okapi Aalst or Leuven Bears?On Saturday there is still Kangaroos Mechelen versus vice-champion Bergen. The Hainaut probably miss Emmanuel Nzekwezi and Muha Pasalic (ankle) and were also active in Portugal on Wednesday. For the Maneblussers in Mechelen’s Winketkaai, an ideal moment to measure the size of Bergen. Finally, Okapi Aalst-Leuven Bears is a match between two teams in the winning mood. The Onions are looking for a third consecutive victory in their own Forum. The people of Leuven go for four in a row.


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