VVV v Dordrecht
Sunday 30th January – 11:15AM KO
VVV have been struggling, while low ranked Dordrecht have been playing well. I feel an upset may well be on the cards here for this encounter.
VVV’s last match saw them lose 2-0 in an away game to Jong AZ Alkmaar. That was their second loss in a row and their fourth in five games, for a total of 13 losses this season. VVV have had indifferent home for this season, winning five, and losing six. The remaining fixture saw them book a 2-2 draw on the opening night of the season. VVV have also lost three straight at home, conceding nine goals in the process.
Dordrecht meanwhile have surprisingly booked three straight wins, which saw them leave bottom position in the league table. They have now won five matches overall in the league, drew five and also lost 13. An impressive 4-0 away win over Jong FC Utrecht sees them book two away wins in a row. Dordrecht have now won three games away from home, on top of one draw and suffering eight defeats. They have conceded a league worst 30 goals against away from home.
Vice-captain Danny Post is injured for VVV, he has appeared in 13 games, and Joeri Schroyen (19 apps) is doubtful. Seydine N’Diaye is doubtful for FC Dordrecht. (17 apps)
I think both sides will score, and it may well be worth considering that Dordrecht could cause another upset here with an impressive away win over VVV Venlo.
Prediction: Both Teams to Score, 1.61 on Betfair (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
ADO Den Haag v De Graafschap
Sunday 30th January – 3:45PM KO
ADO Den Haag face off against De Graafschap in what is the first home game with a crowd. The Dutch government will allow for 1/3rd of the total capacity. ADO Den Haag return to a home match after two away games. They lost 5-0 to Roda, and then beat Excelsior 3-2.
De Graafschap beat bottom of the table Almere City by just a 1-0 victory and are struggling for goals.
ADO’s defeat at Roda saw a streak of eight victories end, but their win over Excelsior has made it nine wins from their last ten. ADO have still won five straight at home, and nine out of eleven in total.
De Graafschap have a good track record away from home, avoiding defeat four matches straight.
ADO Den Haag have sold starting player Vicente Besuijen to Aberdeen, but there should be an adequate replacement, however Ricardo Kishna (10 games, 2 goals) is also doubtful and first-choice goalkeeper Luuk Koopmans is out with a shoulder injury.
De Graafschap scored just over 1.5 goals per game on average (35 in 23) and have scored just three goals in their last four league games played. De Graafschap’s leading scoring Joey Konings (6 goals) is doubtful. Jeffry Fortes is doubtful as he is returning from African Cup of Nations. It seems like they are bringing in Sam Hendriks as extra option, but not sure if he will play already.
I am expecting an easy home win here, but De Graafschap might secure a goal here as well.
Prediction: Both Teams to Score, 1.53 on Betfair (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)
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