PREVIEW: FC DEN BOSCH - HELMOND SPORT
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RICH FIDLER - Thursday, March 4, 2010
Riding a four-game winning streak and sitting at the top of the period standings, Helmond Sport will head on the road to challenage FC Den Bosch on Friday night.

American Charles Kazlauskas, who has two goals in the last three games, will start in a midfield missing regular starters due to a slew of injuries.

Head coach Jürgen Streppel's will be without Daniël Guijo-Velasco and Bruno Fernandes de Brito. Both players are recovering from injuries which should keep them out until later this month.

The Blue White Dragons head coach Marc Brys will look to leading scorer Fabio Caracciolo to lead the attack on Friday. The Belgium striker has 16 goals on the season, while midfielder Paco Van Moorsel is second on the team with nine goals.

In their only other meeting this season, Helmond walked away with the 2-1 victory thanks to goals from strikers Mark Veldmate and Marc Höcher.
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