Mons vs Charleroi by Isaiah
Mons made impressive game away to Zulte Waregem to their last game, and gone away with an emphatic victory with the score of 2-4. They opened the scoring very early and also scored three goals to the second half, and then relaxed and received two goals.
As i wrote to previous posts, what we see from Mons this season is that they give lot of weight to create an attacking game, and they are vulnerable in defense, something that has not been changed so far to all six games they played for the league. This is surely the philosophy of their coach Enzo Scifo, and i don't think that this will change during all the season.
The good news for Mons are that main striker and top scorer of last season Jeremy Perbet (25 goals), decided to renew his contract until 2016, so he can consecrate to the team from now on, as throughout the duration of the transfer window, he did everything to get a transfer to another team, but his efforts were not successful and decided from now on to concentrate to Mons.
Mons is without absences for tonight's game and will be lined with 4-3-3 as usual. Zola Matumona, Tim Matthys and Aloys Nong will be in front line, with Perbet to sit on bench probably.
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Charleroi escaped the defeat in the home match against Gent (1-1), scoring two minutes before the end of the game. They got the point fairly, as Gent wasn't better than them during all 90 minutes.
The news that stood out in recent days for them, had to do with the change of the club's ownership, as the owner of Charleroi who was in war with the fans, decided to sell the team after several years. To the last day of the transfer window they signed five players, striker Mohammed Aoulad, striker Ziguy Badibanga, defender Christophe Diandy, striker Guiseppe Rossini and Greek keeper Sifakis. All of them are eligible to play tonight, expect Sifakis. Main midfielder Leandro and striker Mynor Escoe are both out. Charleroi will be lined up with 4-3-3, with Onur Kaya, Herve Kage and Harlem-Eddy Gnohere in front line.
No need to add anything else, with Mons scoring rapidly (14 goals in 6 games) and receiving so easy (12 goals in 6 games), while Charleroi have one of the weakest defensive lines to the league (14 goals received in 6 games), i think that there will be more than two goals here too.
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