De Zeeuw eyes Ajax win, PSV go to NAC
Add to that a three-game winless run in the Dutch top flight and the news of a seven-game ban for star striker
A trip to second-bottom Venlo this weekend could be just the tonic for Ajax, with the Amsterdammers enjoying a 4-0 victory in this fixture last season. And De Zeeuw knows nothing less than a win will do this time around, saying: "Last year we did it well and we won. We must do so again this year."
VVV were boasting the talents of
The weekend's action gets under way tomorrow night with leaders PSV Eindhoven making the trip to face NAC Breda. PSV are now three games unbeaten as they recover from their first defeat of the season against FC Twente at the end of October, and NAC interim coach
"They have a lot of quality in all areas and even on the bench. It seems logical that PSV will come to B
Saturday's fixtures kick off with fifth-placed AZ Alkmaar hosting Heerenveen in eighth, while PSV's nearest challengers Twente are away to NEC Nijmegen later in the evening. Roda JC's home game with third-placed FC Groningen and Excelsior's trip to bottom side Willem II wrap up Saturday's contests.
On Sunday, De Graafschap host Vitesse Arnhem, struggling Feyenoord welcome ADO Den Haag and FC Utrecht visit Heracles Almelo.