PREVIEW: FC TWENTE - PSV EINDHOVEN
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DUSTIN BECK - Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Oguchi Onyewu and FC Twente will play host to PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday in a quarterfinal matchup of the KNVB Beker Cup between the top two ranked teams in the Eredivisie.

Onyewu, who has been playing the role of left back for Twente in both games since his arrival, could see some action again on Wednesday depending on how much he is needed.

PSV currently leads Twente by only one point in the league standings so this could be a preview of the February 4th league game between two of Holland's giants.

Twente won their last KNVB Beker Cup game against Vitesse by the score of 5-0, while PSV won theirs at Roda JC by the score of 3-1.

Onyewu's club will hope to keep riding the sizzling hot streak of Austrian striker Marc Janko who has accounted for six goals in the teams last two games.

There will be an onus on Onyewu and the rest of the men in back to stop a PSV attack led in scoring by Swedish striker Ola Toivonen.

FC Twente won the last meeting between the two teams with a 1-0 league victory back in October.
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