FC Groningen has started eight final matches

After an international period, Groningen resumed the competition on Sunday afternoon with an away match against Fortuna Sittard. The first competitor in the last eight matches. Eight finals in which Groningen must try to save their lives. The distance to a safe fifteenth position increased to six points.

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Aliens flew and some of them were successful. Ricardo Pepe scored three goals for the United States against Grenada and El Salvador, respectively. So the morale of the American will be good when the harsh reality returns to his club in Groningen. Of the 24 points yet to be earned, FC Groningen is expected to collect more than half to stand a chance of enforcement. Starting Sunday afternoon in Limburg.

vs. No. Twelve Fortuna Sittard. Limburger has 29 points and is almost safe. With an internationally colored team led by Burak Yilmaz. The former Turkey international signed a five-year contract last summer and has scored nine goals so far. Coach Julio Velasquez is not completely indisputable. The Spaniard is always busy along the line and regularly has verbal problems with the refereeing. But in the meantime, points are being made regularly.

A difficult task, then, for Groningen, which suffered another blow two weeks ago by losing 2-0 to Heerenveen in Euroburg. It is important to start with a good result after the international break to build confidence and build on that. The balance between the two teams at the highest level is exactly in balance.

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FC Groningen won four times in Sittard, drew four times and took the bus four times without points for the long return trip. The most recent positive memory. On 27 November 2021, Groningen prevailed 4-1 through goals from Cyril Ngong, Dalio Erandust and Jurgen Strand-Larsen as well as an own goal. A similar result is likely to give FC Groningen’s wards towards the next seven finals. The match kicks off on Sunday at 4.45pm.

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