Genk-Standard, a first test before the big meeting
NOTon, the duel between Genk and Standard this Friday will not be a dress rehearsal, nor a colonel for that matter, of the Belgian Cup final scheduled for the end of April (Saturday 24, more than likely). Quite simply because by then, the Limburgers will still have to validate their place in Playoffs 1 and the Standard, dropped in this race to the Top 4, will not be able to afford to slow down.
“The current situation in the league does not allow us to remain in euphoria”, explains Mbaye Leye. “My players and I are no longer talking about this final. The four matches that are coming up are as important to us as the Belgian Cup. We don’t want to be part of Standard history, in a bad sense. “