MICHAEL ADUBATO - Friday, September 9, 2011
Sacha Kljestan will be playing at home in Brussels this weekend, while Tristan Bowen will hope to make his Roeselare debut this weekend in Belgian action.
Anderlecht - Kortrijk
After the international break Anderlecht returns to Vanden Stock Stadion as they welcome Flemish team Kortrijk on Sunday evening.
Coming off the disappointment in not given any playing time by national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann against Belgium, Sacha Kljestan is expected to get the nod to start in Anderlecht's midfield for this clash.
With players recently returning from international duty, the team will assess them before determining if they will be game fit for Sunday. Other than Kljestan, a half dozen other players were on international duty. Denis Odoi was called up for Belgium for the first time with Milan Jovanovic playing for Serbia, Marcin Wasilewski for Poland, Roland Juhasz for Hungary and Behrang Safari for Sweden. Lukas Marecek joined up with the Czech U-21 team.
The visitors are not reporting any absentees at this time.
Tristan Bowen has been granted his work permit and is expected to make the game day roster when KSV Roeselare hosts Wetteren in Division 2 action.
After receiving a straight red card vs. Ostende in his debut, Devann Yao will serve the second of his three game suspension, so will be unavailable for Boussu's trip to KSK Heist on Friday night.