PREVIEW: DINAMO BENDER - SFINTUL GHEORGHE
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Friday, February 25, 2011
Christian Camacho and Sfintul Gheorghe hit the road this weekend in Moldovan Divizia Nationala action with a chance at three very valuable points versus Dinamo Bender.

Camacho will once again start from his normal attacking midfield position for the guests who come into the match bolstered by their Monday draw with Sheriff.

Earning a point versus the 10-time defending league champions was no small feat for Sfintul who currently sit in last place.

Saturday's contest at Dinamo Stadium in Bendery presents another opportunity to pick up more points as Sfintul hope to escape the dreaded relegation zone.

Currently Nistru and Gagauziya are just one point ahead of Sfintul in the standings.

With this week's opponent just a few places ahead in 11th spot, Sfintul knows a win over Bender is entirely possible but will require a solid effort by Camacho and the team's attack.

Scoring chances should abound as both clubs own the worst defenses in the Divizia Nationala.

Sfintul have allowed 53 goals while opponents of Bender have found the net a whopping 59 times.

Neither team is reporting any major injuries.
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I hate to be the harbinger of bad news, ladies and gentlemen, but Michael Orozco will start for the US men's national team in Jacksonville.
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