Eredivisie big 3 betting odds: Handicap treble acca now 17/10

As always, the Eredivisie has thrown up countless shocks and surprises the traditional bigger sides have all now come to the forefront.

The traditional big three of the Eredivisie consists of PSV Eindhoven, Ajax and Feyenoord. However, just for this weekend, we are adding AZ Alkmaar into the mix due to the current league leaders having been in action on Friday night and this has certainly helped boost the accumulator odds.

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Feyenoord can ill afford any slip-ups
Feyenoord still have very slim title hopes – Photo by Icon Sport

Feyenoord could only watch on in despair on Friday evening when PSV extended their lead at the top of the table to 13 points and now they can't afford to drop away any more until the end of the season. Of course, this is unrealistic given they've already failed to win six matches in the Eredivisie thus far.

While Feyenoord are looking odds-on to finish in second spot, it's unclear what will happen with Ajax and AZ Alkmaar. The two teams are separated by just one spot and one point so any slight error could cost one of them European football for next season.

Ajax have the tougher fixture this weekend against NEC Nijmegen who are just two spots below the Dutch giants.

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AZ Alkmaar must win or risk dropping out the European spots – Photo by Icon Sport

Fortuna Sittard 2-2 AZ Alkmaar (15/1)

Despite their being eight places between the two sides, AZ Alkmaar are in a horrible run of form. The pressure of having Ajax breathing down their neck is clearly proving to be too much for them to handle with just one victory in their past nine Eredivisie matches.

Fortuna Sittard are starting to look up the table after a decent string of recent results which has seen them fall to defeat just once in their last four league matches, although that was a 4-0 thumping in their last outing.

Being the home side will certainly give Fortuna Sittard confidence they can claim a major scalp especially given their imperious home record which has seen them lose just twice. Therefore, given  AZ ALkmaar's superior quality in terms of players and Fortuna's home record, we see this being a score draw.

Ajax's Brian Brobbey
Ajax will be hoping to halt a run of two games without a league win – Photo by Icon Sport

Both Teams to Score and Ajax win (29/20)

Ajax have been the ultimate entertainers this season in the Eredivisie this season. Having been amongst the relegation-threatened clubs at the start of the campaign, they now have just one defeat in their past 13 league games as well as scoring a boatload of goals.

The most successful side in Dutch football history have only been involved in three league games this season that have failed to see both teams score, so this makes it an appealing market to significantly back.

NEC Nijmegen have only scored 28 times against Ajax in their history, but have managed to find the back of the net in two of the previous three times these two sides have met. So, they are certainly starting to grow in optimism that they can go more toe-to-toe with Ajax and put some pressure on the European hopefuls.

Calvin Stengs of Feyenoord
Calvin Stengs has scored three goals in five games against RKC Waalwijk – Photo by Icon Sport

Calvin Stengs to score and Feyenoord to win (13/10)

Clavin Stengs has never scored for Feyenoord and ended up on the wrong side in any competition. Five goals in the league, one in the League Cup and one in the Champions League, having tasted victory on every single occasion, so he's clearly a good luck charm for the title hopefuls.

Stengs has faced RKC Waalwijk five times in his career to this point and has three goals and one assist to his name. The attacking midfielder has a knack of arriving at just the right time in the box, making it very difficult for defenders and midfielders to effectively track him.

Feyenoord know they can't afford any slip-ups if they wish to try and put some sort of pressure on PSV Eindhoven, but also, they've got to keep an eye over their shoulder and ensure nobody leapfrogs them into second spot and lose a Champions League place.

Remember, we have a lot more free betting tips on offer ahead of this weekend's action.


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