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Gent vs Sint-Truidense Predictions

Published on 6:30pm GMT 25 May 2024

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Gent to Win

Reason for tip

Buffaloes boss Hein Vanhaezebrouck’s rested players last week to be ready for this contest, which will be his final home game in charge of the club. Gent have won eight of their last 10 games while Sint-Truidense have won only one of their last seven and look likely to be beaten.

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Gent 3-1

Reason for tip

Gent have been scoring goals recently and with attacking players returning refreshed they should score a few against a St-Truiden side with no clean sheet in their last eight matches. A 3-1 home win is the preferred option because Gent have scored 18 goals in their last six home games and the visitors have registered in their last four overall.

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Matias Fernandez To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Matias Fernandez has scored four goals in his last four games for the Buffaloes. The exciting teen talent may not start this game, but he can do some damage running at tired defenders later on.

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Gent vs Sint-Truidense Predictions

  • It is Hein Vanhaezebrouck’s last game in charge of Europe-chasing Gent and he rested players last week to be ready for this contest
  • Gent have won eight of their last 10 games while Sint-Truidense have won only one of their last seven
  • Matias Fernandez has scored four goals in his last four games for the Buffaloes

Gent gaffer looking for victorious home finale

Back the Buffaloes to stay on track for their Europa League Conference goal when they host an out-of-form Sint-Truidense in coach Hein Vanhaezebrouck’s last game in charge.

The 60-year-old Gent gaffer is stepping down after four years in charge, and he clearly wants to end his second spell at the club on a high. He signalled that by making eight changes for the Buffaloes’ trip to Standard Liege last week, keeping his regular defenders and attackers away in order to recharge their batteries.

In truth, Gent would have been confident of winning that game with their second-string side as Standard are beset with financial problems at the moment and players never tend to go well when they have not been paid.

Fernandez can finish

But their 4-1 victory with two goals from 19-year-old talent Matias Fernandez was still a great result as it keeps them in winning form ahead of a likely one-off clash with Genk or Cercle Brugge for the Conference League spot.

St-Truidense have won only one of their last seven games and were knocked out of the running for Europe some time ago. They have drawn three of their last four games and a point is about all they can hope to get at Planet Group Arena.

But Gent’s greater freshness and motivation should mean Vanhaezebrouck gets the home send-off he deserves with a 3-1 scoreline tipped for correct score purposes as St Truiden remain capable of getting a goal.

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