DUSTIN BECK - Thursday, November 25, 2010
Charles Kauzlauskas and Helmond Sport are hoping that their upcoming match will be just what the doctor ordered as they will host Fortuna Sittard.

The 28 year old Kauzlauskas looks to feature again at right back as he has in each game this season with Helmond.

Though struggling of late, they should accept nothing less than three points this Friday, as their opponents Fortuna Sittard are sitting last in the standings with only three points through 14 matches played.

Kauzlauskas and Helmond lost a tough match last week to RBC Roosendaal 2-1 after playing the last 70 minutes of the match a man down.

Fortuna lost their third match in a row with a 4-2 defeat to Telstar after taking an early lead in the 13th minute and couldn't hold on.

It's too early in the season to say it's a must win but any points that get away would be extremely hurtful given the teams recent struggles.

Helmond's Etienne Esajas recieved the early red card last week. The KNVB disciplinary committee appears to have overturned that decision and will be eligible to play Friday for the club.