The teams that will compete in Play-Off I will see their points tally halved. This means that despite finishing the regular competition 4 points ahead of Club Brugge, Standard de Liège starts Play-off I with just a 2-point advantage, despite only managing a one-all draw.
Two second half goals from Thomas Meunier were enough to give Club victory in the Bruges derby against Cercle. Meanwhile, Standard could only manage a one-all draw away at Waasland Beveren.
The team that finnished third in the league Sporting Anderlecht enjoyed a 4-0 home win against KV Oostende. Anderlecht starts Play-Off I, five points behing Standard and three points behind Club Brugge.
The fourth team in Play-Off I is Zulte Waregem that beat AA Gent 1-0 in Ghent. Zulte Waregem will start Play-Off I with 27 points, two less than Sporting Anderlecht and seven less than Standard.
The fifth team in Play-Off I is Sporting Lokeren. The East Flemings won their match away at Lierse 2-1.
Finally, Racing Genk made it by the skin of their teeth into Play-Off I with a two-all draw away at KV Kortrijk.
AA Gent's 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Zulte Waregem sees them just miss out on Play-Off I.
The other teams that will compete in Play-Off II are KV Kortrijk (two all draw against Genk), KV Oostende (4-0 defeat by Anderlecht), Sporting Charleroi, KV Mechelen (3-0 to Charleroi), Cercle Brugge (lost 2-0 against Club Brugge). Lierse (beaten 2-1 at home by Charleroi) and Waasland Beveren.
The 8 teams will be divided into 2 groups. The winner of each group will play the Play-Off II final for the opportunity to compete against the fourth placed team in Play-Off I for a place in next season's Europa League.
Waasland-Beveren's draw at home against Standard meant that OHL Leuven's fate was sealed whatever the result of their match away at RAEC Mons that ended 3-2 in Mons' favour.
OHL Leuven and RAEC Mons will not meet each other again up to five times to decide which of them will compete for a place in next season's First Division in the Second Division Play-Offs.
As they finished higher in the league than RAEC Mons, OH Leuven starts Play-Off III with a three points.