The recent form of both teams and their head to head record over the last few seasons, all points towards a home win for PSV this weekend and for both teams to score in the process. PSV have won six of their last seven matches against Heracles, and both teams have scored in four of the last seven meetings between the pair. PSV have won four of their last six matches, while Heracles have lost four of their last six, and both teams have scored in three of PSV’s last five and in five of Heracles’ last six matches. PSV have a great record against their guests and will want to win in front of their home fans on the final day of the season, despite the disappointment of the title all but being decided at the weekend.
PSV’s de Jong will be desperate to score on Wednesday night, not only in the hopes of reaching the thirty-goals mark, but also to claim the Golden Boot away ahead of Ajax’s Tadic, and heads into the match with twenty-eight league goals to his name. Dalmau has enjoyed a fantastic second half of the season and another hat trick at the weekend moved the Spaniard onto nineteen Eredivisie goals for Heracles. We’re confident that PSV will win and both teams will score on Wednesday, and have predicted a final scoreline of 3-1. The hosts have a great record against their guests, and both teams have been scoring goals, but not keeping many clean sheets of late, something we expect to see continue on the final day of the season.
The recent history between these two clubs and their performances in the final few weeks of the Eredivisie, suggests that we can expect to see both teams score and over 2.5 goals produced on Wednesday, with a decent chance of the game ending in a draw. Four of the last six encounters between these two clubs have seen both teams score and over 2.5 goals, and two of the last five league meetings between the pair have ended in draws. Four of Excelsior’s and four of AZ’s last six matches have seen both teams score and over 2.5 goals. Excelsior drew their last home game against Willem II, while AZ have drawn two of their last three away games, and with those results in mind we can see Wednesday’s match also ending in stalemate.
Messaoud top scores for Excelsior this season with seven goals, while teammate Ómarsson’s hat tick puts him one behind that total with six. Til leads the way in front of goal for AZ with twelve Eredivisie goals, Idrissi has eight, and Koopmeiners has chipped in with seven league goals. We’re confident that both teams will score and over 2.5 goals will be produced on Wednesday, and have predicted a final scoreline of 2-2. These two teams have a history of producing goals when they clash, and while neither side really has anything left to play for this season, we expect Excelsior to take the game seriously as they look to improve their form heading into the relegation play-offs.
The form of both teams heading into Wednesday’s match, their performances over the last month or so, and their head to head record since 2011, all points towards an Ajax win with both teams to score. Ajax have won six of their last seven matches against De Graafschap, and four of the last six competitive encounters between the pair have seen both teams score. De Graafschap have lost four of their last six matches, while Ajax have won five of their last six matches, and four of De Graafschap’s last six and three of Ajax’s last five matches have seen both teams score. Ajax will want to end an impressive season on a high, while De Graafschap could rest one or two key players ahead of the relegation play-offs, and that’s why we’re backing a 4-2 win for the visitors on Wednesday.
El Jebli needs one more goal to reach double figures in the Eredivisie for De Graafschap this season, while Tadic, who has twenty-six goals to his name, is going to at least need two goals to share the Golden Boot award with PSV’s de Jong and possibly more if the Dutch forward manages to score on the final day as well. We’re confident that Ajax will win and both teams will score on Wednesday, and have predicted a final scoreline of 4-2. Ajax have been so impressive in the second half of the season and head into the final game of the season as the form favourites. The visitors have a great record against their guests, but this fixture often ends up with both teams on the scoreboard.
The recent head to head record between these two clubs and their results over the last seven Eredivisie matches, all points towards a draw on Wednesday, with an increased chance of both teams scoring. Two of the last three meetings between these clubs have ended in draws, and five of the last seven encounters have seen both teams score. Three of VVV’s last seven matches have ended in draws, while four of Vitesse’s last seven have also ended in stalemates. Six of VVV’s and six of Vitesse’s last seven matches have seen both teams score, and with that, and all of the above, in mind we’re backing Wednesday’s match to end in a score draw.
Mlapa moved onto fifteen league goals for the season with his hat trick against Zwolle last time out, while Linssen top scores for Vitesse with twelve Eredivisie goals. We’re confident that Wednesday’s game will end in a draw and have predicted a final scoreline of 1-1. These two teams have played out a lot of draws in the Eredivisie over the last month and both teams head into the final game of the season needing all three points to finish as high up the table as they possibly can, so we’re expecting a very competitive ninety minutes.
The recent head to head record and the form of both of these sides heading into Wednesday’s match suggests that Den Haag are best placed to win the game and that the hosts have a good chance of keeping a clean sheet in the process. Den Haag have won their last six matches against Willem II, and three of those last six wins have been accompanied by a clean sheet. Den Haag have won four of their last six matches in the Eredivisie, while Willem II have lost four of their last six matches in all competitions. Den Haag have kept three clean sheets in their last six attempts, and Willem II have failed to score in two of their last three matches, which is why we are backing a final score of 1-0 to the hosts on Wednesday.
El Khayati top scores for the hosts this season with fifteen goals, but hasn’t been as impressive in the second half of the season as the Moroccan was in the first. Isak moved level on league goals for the season with former Willem II striker Sol, and will be hoping to add to his tally of thirteen on Wednesday. We’re confident that Den Haag will win on the final day of the season and have predicted a final scoreline of 1-0. Den Haag have a great recent record against Willem II and head into Wednesday’s match as the clear form favourites, as their guests have failed to win any of their last four matches in league or cup.
The performances of these two teams in the league over the last month and their head to head record, all suggests that under 2.5 goals will be scored on Wednesday, and that the game will most likely end in a draw. Five of the eleven meetings between these two clubs, which includes all friendlies, have produced under 2.5 goals. Emmen have only lost one of their five competitive matches against Groningen, and four of Emmen’s and four of Groningen’s last six matches have featured under 2.5 goals. The form of both teams is identical heading into the last game of the season, with each picking up three wins, one draw, and two defeats from their last six matches, and that’s why we can see the two teams cancelling each other out and the game ending in a draw on Wednesday.
Jansen top scores for the hosts this season with five goals, and up front is certainly an area Emmen need to strengthen during the summer transfer window. Moroccan international Mahi leads the way in front of goal for Groningen with seven goals in the Eredivisie, but they too could do with a natural goalscorer next season. We’re confident that under 2.5 goals will be scored in this game and have backed then match to end goalless. Both teams have been involved in a large number of low scoring games of late, and both lack goals up front, which is why we think Wednesday match will be tight, tense, and end 0-0.
Emmen have just got to pick up something from this match, if there's any chance of them sneaking out of relegation on the final day. They are value for money against an edgy Willem. Willem also hoping that Vitesse slip up today. Fingers crossed.