After the midweek cup round, the Eredivisie will continue at full speed this weekend, after the four games on Saturday night, there are still five games in the program on Sunday. View the predicted lineups and all the injury news for our five matches below.
Sparta – Feyenoord (Sunday, 12.15 pm)
Sparta details: Sparta has no personnel concerns in the lead up to the match against Feyenoord. Coach Henk Fraser has a suitable pick against his former club. Aaron Meijer, who has returned from suspension, is likely to start on the bench for the Rotterdam derby.
Feyenoord details: Coach Arne Slot has made striker Alio Baldi back on promises. Sloot thinks he doesn’t make a good impression on and off the lines. It remains to be seen if Alireza Jahanbakhsh will get a springboard again. Slot passed the Iranian against Kambur and was satisfied in Friesland with substitute Aursnes and glorified right-wing striker Jens Tornstra.
NEC – FC Groningen (Sunday, 2.30 pm)
NEC Special Features: After another tumultuous week, in which a young player was fired for involvement in fan riots and fans angered as the skies were filled with sponsors on Sunday, the NEC is once again hoping for a good result at an empty Goffert. FC Nijmegen could once again have Magnus Matsson, who has recovered from a knee injury, but still have to dispense with Mikel Duelund, Pedro Ruiz and Joep van der Sloeg.
FC Groningen Special Features: Coach Danny Puig gave the bench strikers a chance to compete in the cup match with Helmond Sport (4-0) on Wednesday. Romano Postima (2), Dalio Erandest and Jürgen Strand-Larsen showed themselves by scoring goals, but Puig doesn’t have much reason to change compared to the match against Arizona (2-0).
FC Utrecht – Willem 2 (Sunday, 4.45 pm)
Details FC Utrecht: Tommy St. Jago (21 years old) has taken his first steps in the coaching field once again. The youth producer will start the season as a starting player, but has suffered a serious knee injury. FC Utrecht has attracted veteran Mike van der Horn as a substitute. training st. Jago individually in the field at times.
William II details: Willem 2 is the only club in the Eredivisie that did not qualify for the second round of the cup due to the 3-0 defeat by Counter County FC last Thursday. Moreover, Fred Grimm’s team did not win the whole month of October after the active start of the competition.
RKC Waalwijk – SC Cambuur (Sunday, 4.45pm)
RKC details: With victory over Sparta (the competition) and William II (the Trophy) last week, the RKC can confidently head into a duel with Cambuur. Almost all of the regular starting players got some rest in the cup match, and they’ll be there again for the relegation break game.
Cambuur Special Features: Kambur played in the cup against Ajax fans last Thursday. The choice came unscathed. David Sambisa scored twice against Feyenoord last week and appears to have held his place at the start. Michael Brigg was ill and would only come as a replacement.
Go Ahead Eagles – Fortuna Sittard (Sunday, 8 p.m.)
Special features go ahead: Go Ahead Eagles breathe a sigh of relief. Luuk Brouwers’ injury to his hamstring isn’t that bad and playing the driving shaft in Deventer’s midfield isn’t in danger of a crucial duel with Fortuna Sittard. Brewers was injured on Wednesday in the cup match they won against Almeri City, and along with Inigo Cordoba is Deventer’s best player this season.
Fortuna Sittard Special Features: Fortuna Sittard passed the cup match with TOP Oss (3-0) last Wednesday unscathed. This means that Coach Sjors Ultee can send his strongest formation onto the field. George Cox, twice the accuracy against TOP, is the logical left-back against the PhD student.
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