Kortrijk clash with St.Truiden in round fifteen of the Belgian first division both sides keen to get the maximum points.
Kortrijk will be keen to get back to winning ways in front of their local faithful after a series of mediocre displays off late.
The home team will be keen to bounce back to winning ways after suffering a 2-0 away loss to Mechelen in their last first division encounter.
De Boeck charges have been in deep form in their last five matches and they have failed to win a single match suffering three losses and registering two draws in the process.
The hosts currently lie fifteenth in the Belgian first division with eleven points from fourteen matches played just one point above the relegation zone and a loss in this will possibly condemn them to the drop zone depending on other results.
St. Truiden hit the road to face Kortrijk targeting the vital three points on the road.
St. Truiden will come into the match targeting to rediscover their winning formula after being held to 4-4 home draw by Eupen in their last first division encounter.
The hosts have registered mixed results in their last five matches winning, registering two draws and suffering two losses coming into the match.
The visitors currently lie fourth in the Belgian first division with twenty-four points from fourteen matches played and a win in this could see them rise up to third of the standings depending on other results.
Tyron Ivanof, Gary Kagelmacher, Ellom Rolland and Youcef Attal will sit out for the hosts due to injury.
St. Truiden will miss services of Christian Ceballos, Babacar Gueye and Sascha Kotysch are the injury casualties for the hosts.
Kortrijk has won three of the last five matches between the two sides while St. Truiden has enjoyed success in the other two.
Kortrijk probable line-up- Kaminski, Kovacevic, Rougeaux, Verboom, Van Loo, Kumordzi, Bruggen, Ajagun, Kage, Chevalier, Budivyskyi
St. Truiden probable line-up- Pirard, Dussaut, Kitsiou, Teixeira, Goutas, De Sart, De Norre, Harrisis, De Petter, Botaka, Boli
St. Truiden win