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Eredivisie Predictions & Betting 18/19: Round 27 (vs. Richard Connelly)

Eredivisie Predictions & Betting 18/19: Round 19 (vs. Alex Royal)

Each week in the course of the 2018/19 season, Michael Statham of Football-Oranje provides you predictions and betting ideas for every Dutch Eredivisie tour. Michael competes as a visitor of the week. This time, it’s IMG Media commentator Richard Connelly, who commented on Dutch Eredivisie matches. This weekend you hear Richard commenting on the reside model of Ajax v PSV in Premier Sports activities 1.

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Saturday March 30 [19659006] Willem II v. Fortuna Sittard

again, Fortuna has fallen regardless of the Three-1 winner Emmen last week. Alexander Isak's form could be very exciting; I supported her to convey the products towards Feyenoord and that she did. Tilburgers have not acquired more objectives within the Eredivisie because the turn of the century. they should poke more here. 3-1 | Hint: Greater than 2.5 objectives

Richard's prediction: Dortmund II won’t just turn out to be Huddersfield leaders. Alexander Isak noticed Feyenoord on Willem II's last trip – and it seems like he made a difference in Sweden towards Norway. He – and the workforce – are on track, and they need to have too much firepower for Fortuna. 4-1

ADO Den Haag v Vitesse

Michael's prediction: ADO has been very dangerous recently and is now just three factors above the danger zone. Concurrently the Vitesse 3-2 loss at Heracles just lately, I assumed that Arnhemers was a greater high quality group all over the place – they have been unlucky to confess 3 times and didn’t help to ship Max Clark. I feel Martin Odegaard can be an necessary robust struggle. 1-2 | Trace: Each teams rating points.

Richard's prediction: Only 8 factors after Christmas: ADO makes it a meal. Nor have they gained nearly as good as Vitesse all through the season. Nevertheless, Vitesse is quiet enough away from house in order that they don't win. 1-1

De Graafschap v Heracles

Michael's Prediction: De Graafschap has definitely proved to be mistaken within the wrestle towards humiliation. They seemed to finish up in the bottom two, however now they’ve an actual probability to outlive. I feel a robust house efficiency can catch Heracles. 2-1 | Tip: Over 2.5 objectives

Richard's prediction: De Graafschap was bombarded in Almelo in September. However 3-0 wins in Heerenveen and Zwolle last month have actually obtained the attention and I have a nasty feeling at house. 1-Zero

Heerenveen v Excelsior

Michael's prediction: I admit that Heerenveen's 0-3 loss to De Graafschap was an entire shock, but just one approach residence aspect can reply: win Excelsior. On the Rotterdam aspect last weekend, PEC Zwo was worrying, and it seems to be going backwards. For me, only one end result. 3-1 | Tip: Heerenveen -1.5 Asian handicap

Richard's prediction: Heerenveen has been unpredictable during this era, and predicting the outcomes must be solely on retaining eyeglasses which are presently within the UK. Since I'm right here, they need to be too good for impotent Excelsior. 2-0


Michael's prediction: AZ has gained his last eight collection in all competitions, together with their newest victories towards Ajax. They performed properly and used Ajax holidays. Groningen has been in excellent shape, however I think they are making an attempt to frustrate AZ for a very long time. They need to sacrifice their offensive menace and trust their luck so that Alkmaar can depart the outcome. 1-1 | Trace: Both teams rating factors.

Richard's Forecast: Two of one of the best teams within the Eredivisie space in 2019 and a match that’s rightly coated by World Feed this weekend. I feel AZ wins because they’re stronger in the midst of the sector, however Groningen has an enormous worth for the last results and – especially – if each Doan and Mahi are in the early levels of XI. 2-1

Sunday March 31,

NAC Breda v VVV-Venlo

Michael's prediction: NAC's state of affairs Breda is sort of determined; They’re 9 points on security and eight on the match. No revenue here and I feel they're down and out. I assumed VVV had succeeded in limiting PSV's possibilities two weeks in the past at 0-1. They’re expected to be attacking and profitable the sport, but I think that Maurice Steijn's males will probably be a strong and counter-attack in the arsenal of Mlapa, Joost, Grot and Opoku. 1-2 | Notice: The ISA does not do betting

Richard's forecast: eliitiklubissa I'm right here, as a result of I’ve commented on the objective of the NAC in 2019. (9 enjoying there have been solely 2). I cannot say that I’ve eaten it by now, but it is a reality. So it is a terrible cause to stress that NAC has been increasingly turbulent than on the bottom. However Ruud Brood leaves his eyes open and this will likely solely be the worst time for VVV to play them. Mikael's Forecast: Utrecht is 5 within the week, while Feyenoord has picked up three wins within the last eleven league games. Then the sport between two groups on the prime of the desk which might be tapering off. Feyenoord typically seems to be far from the top three and has been inaccurate. Utrecht needs to profit from confidence, however understanding that Sam Larsson was capable of make the rating together with his counterattack. 1-1 | Trace: Utrecht's double probability.

Richard's Forecast: A bit fearful seems to foretell virtually solely house winnings. It by no means works. A bit torn right here. Utrecht has the power to win this – and coach who needs to hassle house "see what you could have won". But it’s a must to assume that van Bronckhorst and van Persie won’t let their lengthy goodness flip to misery and mess. 2-2

PEC Zwolle v. Emmen

Michael's prediction: The wrestle for falling is turning into very thrilling. PEC returned to Excelsior final time and knows that victory provides them confidence to outlive earlier than the last seven video games. Emmen has either lost a number of the battle or other teams find them because the outcomes have been worse than before the winter break. The standard difference between different teams has begun to tell. 2-0 | Hint: House win.

Richard's prediction: It’s surprising that Emmen has gained extra video games than Feyenoord (which highlights the problem of Jaap Stam's work subsequent season). Emmen's remaining residence video games look arduous, they need extra success on the street. I see the drawing here: Zero-0.


Michael's prediction: The time of the Eredivisie competitors is time. It goes with out saying how necessary this lamp is. Ajax can close the gap in PSV to 2 level wins, but it could't afford to play in the best way they did in their 1-Zero loss at the last time of AZ. Worldwide players would have been out of work who have not helped restore fitness in any respect by going to Amsterdam, Cup and Champions League. PSV has not acquired a convincing victory lately, which I might have calculated for Mark van Bommel's midfield decisions – by selecting younger players as an alternative of experienced professionals. Van Bommel has a bold move that stamps his authority on the staff, but has it helped PSV's creativity? Ajax wins the midfield battle if PSV plays a youthful trion. PSV believes in its attacking weapons, but can Ajax put inevitable strain? 2-1 | Tip: Over 2.5 objectives

Richard's prediction: I'm never prepared to make robust predictions: if Ajax doesn't win, the title competitors is over. I feel PSV has lost some sensitivity and will lose another handful of points before the top of the season. Nevertheless, Ajax can’t depend on it – and tries to set itself from the start. In fact, if they make errors, PSV can bombard. But if both groups do their greatest, Ajax wins this. At residence and with Juventus for an additional 10 days, I feel they may come. 4-1

How has Michael completed up to now?

Week 1: Four and 1 right rating | 6/9 Profitable (WON vs. Author Ferdi Delies [2 results])

Week 2: 5 Outcomes | 2/9 Betting Wins (LOST vs. Writer Alex Dieker [6 results])

Week Three: Three Outcomes and 1 Proper Score | 4/9 Betting Ideas (DRAW vs. Author Abdul Al Sayed [4 results])

Week 4: 2 Outcomes | 5/9 Betting Wins (LOST vs. IMG UK Eredivisie Highlights View Skilled Jonathan Beck [5 results and 2 correct scores])

Week 5: 4 Results | 5/9 Profitable (WON vs. Notts County Winger Enzio Boldewijn [3 results])

Week 6: 6 and a couple of Proper Points | 7/9 Profitable (WON vs. Soccer-Oranje by Charlie Pritchard [5 results and 1 correct score])

Week 7: 6 and a couple of Right Factors | 7/9 Betting Wins (WON vs. Willem II Graphic Designer FootyGraphic [3 results])

Week 8: 6 Results | 6/9 Betting Wins (LOST vs. Commentary by Paul Thomas Clay [7 results and 2 correct scores])

Week 9: 8 Results and 4 Proper Points | 7/9 Betting Gained (WON vs. Soccer Director Researcher Jeroen Thijssen [7 results and 1 correct score])

Week 10: 6 and 3 Right Points | 5/9 Profitable (WON vs. PSV-Watcher and Eindhovens Dagblad by Rik Elfrink [4 results and 1 correct score])

Week 11: 5 * and 1 Right Score | 4/eight * Betting Ideas (WON vs. English Eighth Chamber Secretary Matt Jones [4* results]) * = Feyenoord v VVV canceled

Week 12: 6 results | Four/9 Wins (WON vs. Sky Sports activities Reporter Joshua Hayward [4 results])

Week 13: 5 and 1 Right Score | 6/9 Betting Wins (LOST vs. Northampton Town Dutch Kevin van Veen [6 results and 1 correct score])

Week 14: Four Results | 7/9 Betting Wins (DRAW vs. Editor Michael Bell [4 results])

Week 15: 5 Results | 8/9 Betting Gained (WON vs. Author Alex Moretto)

Week 16: 5 Outcomes and 1 Proper Rating | 5/9 Profitable (WON vs. writer James Rowe [4 results])

Week 17: 5 Outcomes and 1 Right Rating | 5/9 Betting Gained (WON vs. ZiggoSport Editor Joep Smeets [4 results and 1 correct score])

Week 18: Three Outcomes | 6/9 Betting Wins (LOST vs. FC Utrecht e-Sporter Danny Hazebroek)

Week 19: 4 Outcomes and 1 Right Rating | 2/9 Betting Gained (WON vs. Writer Alex Royal [1 result])

Week 20: 5 Results | eight/9 Betting Gained (WON vs. BN DeStem Voetbal Editor Maarten Elst [3 results])

Week 21: Four Results and 1 Right Score | Four/9 Betting Wins (DRAW vs. Editor Michael Bell [5 results])

Week 22: 6 Outcomes and 1 Right Score | 5/9 Betting Gained (WON vs. Dutch Football Sort Crypto [4 results])

Week 23: Four Results | 5/9 Betting Wins (LOST vs. writer Alex Royal [5 results])

Week 24: 8 Results and a couple of Proper Points (+ Ajax v PEC Zwolle Postponed) | 5/9 Wins (WON vs. FC Groningen Clubwatcher Merijn Slagter [7 results and 1 correct score])

Week 25: 8 Outcomes and a couple of Proper Points | 6/9 Profitable (WON vs. Eredivisie Scout Xander Wilkinson [6 results and 1 correct score])

Week 26: 4 Results and 1 Right Score | 6/9 bets gained (WON vs. Pilka w Holanda author Adam Sankowski [4 results])

Michael Statham (380 posts)

I’m a physics scholar from the UK and an enormous fan of the Eredivisie. You started watching when the Dutch national staff was inspired after the 2010 World Cup. Wilfred Boum also plays an enormous position in my first curiosity in the league, because the Villa fan meant that I needed to comply with my favorite participant.

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