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Eredivisie Predictions > Feb 11th - 16th

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VVV Venlo vs Heracles Almelo

VVV Venlo


Out (injuries/other): Aaron Bastiaans (1/1 m)


Heracles Almelo

Doubtful: Robin Pröpper (17/0 d), Tim Breukers (14/0 d)

Out (injuries/other): Joey Konings (15/1 f), Navajo Bakboord (10/0 d), Jesper Drost (0/0 m)

Suspended: Alexander Merkel (22/2 m)


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At the bottom of the standings is De Haag, who has struggled in his last home game. In particular he has run unbeaten in seven games with two wins and five draws. In the last match she suffered a severe defeat 4-2 except in the derby ... Sparta Rotterdam's tail and today her mission will be extremely difficult. Eindhoven returned to victory last season with a 3-0 win over Willem and it remains to be seen whether the bad side has left behind or will really start to perform to their true potential.

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Vitesse vs Heerenveen

The Dutch Eredivisie action kicks off early on Sunday morning when we have an 11:15am kick-off between Vitesse and Heerenveen at the GelreDome in Arnhem. The home side are on the charge to qualify for European football and they come up against an away side that are simply looking to keep themselves away from the potential threat of a relegation battle.

Vitesse head into this game in 6th place. Head coach Edward Sturing's side are par for the course for meeting expectations this season. The club is 7 points behind the pace of Feyenoord in 3rd who occupy the last automatic European qualification spot but qualifying for the European play-offs is certainly looking like a more realistic achievement. Just 2 defeats from their 10 league games at home shows they've built their season around solid displays at the GelreDome and that could prove vital.

Heerenveen would be mistaken for already planning for next season. Johnny Jansen's men are comfortably positioned in mid-table in 10th place. Reaching he European play-offs won't have been written off yet with the club only 5 points off the pace. Relegation is also looking unlikely given they're now 7 points above the drop zone. For a team in mid-table, Heerenveen's away form isn't too bad but this will be a game where they'd surely take a point.

I have to go with the ELO ratings on this one and support the home win. Vitesse seem decent value for the victory and the ELO ratings back that. Heerenveen do have the potential to steal a draw here but I'd be surprised if we didn't see the home side seal all three points. It's going to get to the stage soon where some sides will be losing motivation with nothing to play for. We're not there just yet but I think Vitesse have more to fight for right now than Heerenveen and with home advantage that could be enough.

Vitesse to Win @ 2.10 with Betway

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