Lokeren had every reason to celebrate at "Den Dreef" in Leuven, Flemish Brabant.
- Benjamin Mokulu scored 3 times to help Lokeren to an easy victory in Leuven. "It was my first hat-trick in the top flight. It feels as if my part in the victory is bigger than for others, but of course that's wrong."
- AA Gent are slowly making their way up again under new Spanish coach Victor Fernandez, holding Standard to a goalless draw in Ghent. Standard had the best chances in the last part of the match, but missed the opportunities, allowing Fernandez to grab a point in his first match in the Belgian league.Fernandez made the headlines in the nineties, when he won the European Cup for Cup winners with Real Zaragoza, beating Arsenal in the final.
- KRC Genk cruised past Charleroi, 3-1, confirming their ambitions for a place in the season-ending play-off I. The top-6 will play a play-off competition to decide about the title and two places in Europe next season. The number 4 will meet the winner of play-off II for the last European ticket.
- KV Kortrijk could well finish just outside the top-6, despite beating Beerschot 4-0. Beerschot are in big trouble on last-but-one place. Relegation would be a disaster for the traditional club, and would leave the city of Antwerp without any team in the top flight next season.
- KV Mechelen kept the momentum they had before the winter break, winning 2-3 at Mons.
Standings (matches played and points):
- Anderlecht 22-52
- Zulte Waregem 22-44
- Lokeren 23-43
- Standard 23-39
- Club Brugge 22-39
- KRC Genk 23-39
- KV Kortrijk 23-32
- KV Mechelen 23-32
- RAEC Mons 23-31
- OH Leuven 23-28
- Charleroi 23-24
- AA Gent 23-23
- Waasland-Beveren 23-23
- Lierse 23-19
- Beerschot 23-18
- Cercle Brugge 22-14
Cercle Bruges - Club Bruges and Anderlecht - Zulte Waregem were scheduled for Sunday, but both matches have been postponed due to the snow.