PREVIEW: GAGAUZIYA - SFINTUL GHEORGHE
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Thursday, March 3, 2011
A huge battle between Christian Camacho's Sfintul Gheorghe and fellow bottom feeder Gagauziya is on top this weekend in Moldova's Divizia Nationala.

Sunday's affair at Comrat Stadium in the southern region of Gagauziya could very well determine who is relegated down to Moldova's second division come the end of the season.

Camacho can expect another start at midfielder for the guests who will try to stretch their unbeaten streak to four games.

Two weeks ago Camacho helped key a gutty 1-1 draw with giants Sheriff and then last week Sfintul pulled off a 0-2 upset win at Dinamo Bender which was followed up by their 1-1 Wednesday draw versus Rapid.

Gagauziya are in the midst of an awful stretch having lost 11 of their last 12 matches.

They are currently in dead last in the standings and three points behind Sfintul.

Anything less than a draw for Camacho and company will be a disappointment.

Neither team is reporting any major injuries.
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