NICK LEYDEN - Friday, November 19, 2010
Charles Kazlauskas and Helmond Sport will hope to return to the win column on Friday when they visit RBC Roosendaal in Eerste Divisie action.
Winless in their last three games, fourth place Helmond Sport will travel to Roosendaal on Friday and look to reignite their promotion challenge with a victory over RBC.
Coach Jurgen Streppel is likely to deploy Kazlauskas in his customary role on the right side of the midfield, a position in which he has found considerable success this season, scoring five goals.
The Milwaukee native's forays into the attacking third, however, will primarily be in a supporting role for Helmond Sport's leading scorers, Bruno Fernandes de Brito and Marc Hocher. The duo has combined for a remarkable 28 goals to this point.
RBC, who sit in 11th place, have found goals far harder to come by this season.
Turkish born coach, Fuat Çapa, will therefore hope to clamp down on Helmond Sport's attack while relying on his own young gun, Melvin De Zeeuw, to challenge the visitors' defense.
Both teams are hoping for a change of fortune as each surrendered late goals en route to a pair of 2-1 losses.