PREVIEW: WAASLAND - ANDERLECHT
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MICHAEL ADUBATO - Sunday, February 10, 2013
Belgian league leaders Anderlecht head north on Sunday afternoon to take on mid-table Waasland-Beveren in Pro League action.

Back from his trip to Honduras with the national team, Sacha Kljestan is expected to slot back into his midfield position however les Mauves will be without their Serbian winger, Milan Jovanovic. The former Liverpool FC man was handed a three game suspension last weekend against Standard Liege for violent conduct. New signing Andy Najar from Honduras injured himself in training last week and missed the game against the USA, and will also miss this one.

For Waasland, their Colombian midfielder Daniel Cruz is back in training after his recent injury but is not expected to be ready to play this weekend. Goalkeeper Sam Vermeylen just had shoulder surgery and will also have to watch this one from the stands.

Back in October Anderlecht won at home against the Flemish side with goals from Milan Jovanovic and Lucas Biglia.
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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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