PREVIEW: HELMOND SPORT - GO AHEAD EAGLES
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RICH FIDLER - Friday, March 19, 2010
After falling 3-2 to FC Eindhoven last Friday evening, Helmond will host the Go Ahead Eagles this evening at the friendly confines of Stadion De Braak.

American Charles Kazlauskas will start in Jürgen Streppel's midfield that will unfortunately be missing a pair of regular starters due to continued injuries.

Daniël Guijo-Velasco and Bruno Fernandes de Britoare both still recovering from lower body injuries, will likely be out of the line-up for at least another week for the home team.

The Eagles hosted Helmond Sport in late November, coming away with a 3-2 victory at home despite Kazlauskas scoring the opener early in the second half - but three unanswered goals saw the home team walk off the field with the win.

The visitors are lead on the field by striker Halil Colak with eight goals on the season, a balanced team over the course of the season shows 12 players that have scored to date on the season.

Head coach Andries Ulderink saw his win 1-0 last weekend against FC Zwolle thanks to a first half penalty from striker Jules Reimerink, the lead could have been doubled in the 90th minute but Nigel Hasselbaink wasn't as lucky from the penalty spot.
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