PREVIEW: CAMBUUR - HELMOND SPORT
Charles Kazlauskas and Helmond Sport will look to find their first victory of the new year when they travel to Cambuur on Monday.
Kazlauskas, who has been out of the lineup for four games now, will look to get back into his usual role on the backline for Helmond.
Helmond currently sits in fourth place with 31 points trailing third place Volendam by four points.
While Helmond has been held to a tie in both their matches since the winter break, they haven't been beaten in their last five.
The host team Cambuur is currently sitting in a three way tie for eighth place with Sparta Rotterdam and Den Bosch.
Cambuur has also been playing well of late winning their past two matches by a combined score of 11-3.
Helmond has struggled a bit defensively despite getting positive results in their recent string of matches.
Coach Jurgen Streppel has used seven different defenders with at least seven appearances, and nine different players in all along the backline through eighteen matches.
While Helmond is still looking for the right mix, if consistency and experience are the tools being looked for, Kazlauskas should look for the start again this weekend.