Will Burns returns with his picks for the Eredivisie for Sunday games and like all his tips, you will not see a ‘best bet’ under evens – good luck!
Sunday 9th March
RKC WAALWIJK vs. ADO DEN HAAG (11:30 GMT)
ADO sit two points and one place ahead of RKC in 15th heading into this clash which will leave the losing team with further relegation worries.
RKC will be desperate to clinch the win for their fans inside the Mandemakers Stadion to stop a three-game losing streak. ADO seem to have recovered from their poor goalscoring form in early February that saw them score only one goal in four games. They have hit four goals in the last two games.
RKC themselves have only scored twice in the last three games so I see the 23/20 offered by Bet365 for Under 2.5 Goals being our best bet.
GO AHEAD EAGLES vs. FC TWENTE (13:30 GMT)
Even though they have only won once in their last five outings, FC Twente are in pole position for the second Champions League spot in the Eredivisie. However, they have Vitesse on the same points breathing down their necks.
Their opponents on Sunday, Go Ahead Eagles are very hard to beat at home and were unlucky that PSV Eindhoven, the in-form side in the Eredivisie, came back from two goals down to defeat them. AZ Alkmaar tasted defeat at Adelaarshorst in early February with league leaders Ajax getting out of Deventer with a narrow 1-0 win.
Go Ahead have scored 25 of their total 38 goals this season at home so I see goals in this game and with Twente only losing once in their last 16 games a Twente win or a high scoring draw could be on the cards. Best bet would be Over 3.5 Goals at Bet365.
FC GRONINGEN vs. FEYENOORD (13:30 GMT)
After the antics of Graziano Pellè in the past few weeks, Feyenoord’s top scorer found himself on the end of four-game suspension this week and Ronald Koeman stripped his Italian forward of the club captaincy.
Without their main source of goals, the Rotterdam side head to Groningen who are experiencing a average season. Unable to put a run of good results together, head coach Erwin van de Looi is expected to just make one change to the eleven that were unlucky to just get a draw against SC Cambuur last weekend, with Maikel Kieftenbeld suspended for too many yellow cards.
AJAX vs. SC CAMBUUR (15:30 GMT)
The final game of the weekend sees league leaders meeting SC Cambuur. Dwight Lodeweges’ side, promoted from the Eerste Divisie last season, currently are in 11th place but in a tight league this year, they are only four points from the drop zone.
The visitors are the only side in the division yet to win away from home, with five draws and eight defeats and if they were to change this fact against league leaders Ajax, it would be a major shock. Frank de Boer will expect his side to come out with the victory and put a further stranglehold on their fourth consecutive Eredivisie championship.
I see Ajax winning but Cambuur are a real threat on the attack and could grab an unlikely goal. Ajax proved in their first leg Europa League demolition by Red Bull Salzburg that they can concede. Their opponents on Sunday, Cambuur have scored at least once in every game of 2014 so far. Both Teams to Score is offered at 11/10 by Betfair and that is our best bet in the last game of Week 27.
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