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Three teams remain with winning chances in Ghent Six Days. However, favourites Keisse/Mørkøv will have to gain a lap during final two days.









21.11.2015 @ 10:07 Posted by Jesper Ralbjerg

Just ten points separate the top three teams in the Ghent Six Days going into the final two days. Iljo Keisse and Michael Mørkøv regained the lead but this may prove to be a short-lived pleasure as both Van Hoecke/De Ketele and Vergaerde/De Buyst are just a handful of points from gaining a bonus lap that will see them overhaul the current leaders.


De Ketele/Van Hoecke won the first Madison of the evening, gaining a lap on their two main rivals. That deficit was turned around in the second Madison of the evening, though, as both Vergaerde/De Buyst and Keisse/Mørkøv regained the lap, the latter duo taking the Madison win.


Seeing that both their major rivals are likely to gain a bonus lap early on Saturday evening, Keisse/Mørkøv will have to lap both their rivals during the final two days if they are to win the Six Days.


Overall standings after 4 nights:


1. Iljo Keisse (Belgium)/Michael Mørkøv (Denmark) 306

2. Gijs Van Hoecke/Kenny De Ketele (Belgium) 296

3. Otto Vergaerde/Jasper De Buyst (Belgium) 295


At 1 lap:

4. Marc Hester/Alex Rasmussen (Denmark) 171


At 3 laps:

5. Moreno De Pauw (Belgium)/Morgan Kneisky (France) 270


At 8 laps:

6. Jesper Mørkøv (Denmark)/Nick Stöpler (Holland) 97


At 10 laps:

7. Melvin van Zijl/Yoeri Havik (Holland) 102


At 17 laps:

8. Christian Grasmann/Marcel Kalz (Germany) 88


At 26 laps:

9. Stijn Steels (Belgium)/Andreas Müller (Austria) 50


At 27 laps:

10. David Muntaner (Spain)/Lindsay De Vylder (Belgium) 51


At 29 laps:

11. Christopher Lawless (Great Britain)/Roy Pieters (Holland) 52


At 36 laps:

12. Benjamin Thomas (France)/Tristan Marguet (Switzerland) 54



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