PREVIEW: HELMOND SPORT - RKC WAALWIJK
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DUSTIN BECK - Friday, February 4, 2011
Milwaukee native Charles Kazlauskas will be looking to work his way back into the lineup with Helmond as they travel to Waalwijk for a top of league clash.

Kazlauskas was a regular steady starter early in the season, but since his suspension just before the winter break he has yet to rejoin the starting lineup along the backline.

Helmond is in second place in the Dutch second division behind Zwolle.

They are currently trailing the leaders by ten points but lead third place Waalwijk by only one.

Kazluaskas came on in Helmonds' last match as a 64' minute substitute, in a 4-1 win against AGOVV.
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