Standings

# Team MP W D L F A G P
1 PSV Eindhoven 21 18 2 1 71 13 +58 56
2 Ajax 21 16 2 3 72 19 +53 50
3 Feyenoord 21 13 3 5 47 27 +20 42
4 AZ 21 11 4 6 43 26 +17 37
5 Vitesse 21 8 6 7 34 29 +5 30
6 Utrecht 21 8 5 8 35 33 +2 29
7 VVV 21 8 5 8 29 36 -7 29
8 Heracles Almelo 21 9 2 10 34 42 -8 29
9 Fortuna Sittard 21 7 5 9 36 42 -6 26
10 Willem II 21 7 4 10 31 38 -7 25
11 FC Zwolle 21 7 4 10 27 35 -8 25
12 Groningen 21 7 3 11 26 32 -6 24
13 ADO Den Haag 21 6 6 9 30 42 -12 24
14 Emmen 21 6 6 9 27 47 -20 24
15 Heerenveen 21 5 8 8 43 48 -5 23
16 Excelsior 21 6 4 11 30 53 -23 22
17 De Graafschap 21 5 3 13 22 50 -28 18
18 NAC Breda 21 4 4 13 22 47 -25 16

Results

Sunday, February 10, 2019
Utrecht 2 - 2 PSV Eindhoven
Emmen 3 - 2 ADO Den Haag
Groningen 2 - 1 Vitesse
Fortuna Sittard 4 - 1 Excelsior
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Feyenoord 4 - 0 De Graafschap
VVV 2 - 1 Willem II
Heracles Almelo 1 - 0 Ajax
Heerenveen 1 - 1 FC Zwolle
Friday, February 8, 2019
NAC Breda 0 - 3 AZ
Sunday, February 3, 2019
ADO Den Haag 2 - 0 Heracles Almelo
PSV Eindhoven 5 - 0 Fortuna Sittard
FC Zwolle 4 - 3 Utrecht
Excelsior 2 - 1 Feyenoord
Saturday, February 2, 2019
AZ 5 - 0 Emmen
Willem II 1 - 2 Groningen
Ajax 6 - 0 VVV
Vitesse 2 - 2 Heerenveen
Friday, February 1, 2019
De Graafschap 3 - 0 NAC Breda

Fixtures

Friday, February 15, 2019
ADO Den Haag 9:00 PM FC Zwolle
Saturday, February 16, 2019
AZ 7:30 PM VVV
Heracles Almelo 8:45 PM Fortuna Sittard
Heerenveen 8:45 PM PSV Eindhoven
Vitesse 9:45 PM Willem II
Sunday, February 17, 2019
Ajax 1:15 PM NAC Breda
Groningen 3:30 PM Feyenoord
Excelsior 3:30 PM Emmen
De Graafschap 5:45 PM Utrecht
Friday, February 22, 2019
VVV 9:00 PM Heracles Almelo
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Utrecht 7:30 PM Excelsior
FC Zwolle 8:45 PM De Graafschap
Fortuna Sittard 8:45 PM Heerenveen
NAC Breda 9:45 PM Groningen
Sunday, February 24, 2019
ADO Den Haag 1:15 PM Ajax
Emmen 3:30 PM Vitesse
PSV Eindhoven 3:30 PM Feyenoord
Willem II 5:45 PM AZ
Friday, March 1, 2019
De Graafschap 9:00 PM ADO Den Haag

vitesse vs excelsior Tip Reason:

Vitesse return from the winter break looking for three points that would take them back into the top four in the Eredivisie, for twenty-four hours at least, when they play host to Excelsior. The visitors form dipped towards the end of last year culminating in three defeats on the run in the Eredivisie and another loss for Excelsior could see them drop into the bottom three this weekend. Vitesse twice came from behind to rescue a point away at De Graafschap in their last Eredivisie game of 2018. A twelfth minute strike from Olijve handed the hosts the lead, but the teams went in level at the break thanks to an equalising goal from Ødegaard in the forty-third minute. Vitesse were creating more chances in the second half, but it was De Graafschap that retook the lead in the fifty-eighth minute through Narsingh. The visitors weren’t behind for long though and duly equalised in the sixty-fifth minute thanks to a strike from midfielder Bero. The game ended all square, but with 54% of the possession, more corners, and more shots than their hosts during the ninety minutes, Vitesse probably should have claimed all three points. Excelsior were hammered by high flying Heracles in their last match before the winter break, going down by three goals to nil in their own backyard. The visitors top scorer Peterson opened the scoring in the thirty-fifth minute, and teammate Kuwas scored another before the break to double Heracles’ advantage. In the second half Excelsior gave it their best effort but never really looked likely to score, and with sixty-six minutes on the clock Mohammed Osman stroked home a third goal for Heracles and ended any faint hopes of a comeback. When Excelsior played host to Vitesse in the first half of the season the home side picked up all three points courtesy of a 2-0 win and ended the game with one man fewer on the pitch. A fortieth minute Clark own goal separated the two clubs at the break, and in truth the visitors deserved to at least be level at half time. The killer second goal also arrived against the run of play for Excelsior in the seventieth minute when defender Mattheij headed home. The hosts had goalkeeper Stevens sent-off in stoppage time, but Darfalou missed the resulting penalty and the scoreline ended 2-0. With three wins, two draws, and one defeat from their last six matches, Vitesse head into Friday nights game as the clear form favourites. Excelsior have lost four of their last six, won one, and drawn one, but will be hoping to return from the winter break in a positive mindset. Bero, Linssen, and Matavž all joint top score for the hosts with five Eredivisie goals each so far this season, while Messaoud leads the way for Excelsior with the same total of league goals. We’re confident that Vitesse will win and that over 2.5 goals will be scored in the process, and have backed the final scoreline to end 3-1. Vitesse have won three of their last six competitive matches, while Excelsior have lost four of their last six. Over 2.5 goals have been scored in four of the last seven encounters between these two clubs, whole over 2.5 goals have also been scored in five of Vitesse’s and each of Excelsior’s last six competitive games.

Vitesse vs Excelsior Betting Prediction:

Vitesse 3 2 Excelsior
Tip: Over 2.5
Odds
1.47
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