AZ and Feyenoord will round off matchday 24 in the Eredivisie when they meet at the AFAS Stadion on Sunday at 3:45pm (UK time).
Both sides have fallen off the pace in this season’s title race and just three points currently separate them with AZ sitting third, one place above the Rotterdam giants.
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- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: AZ 2-2 Feyenoord
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AZ vs Feyenoord build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
What a difference a year makes. Heading into Spring 2020, there was a sense of expectancy in Alkmaar as AZ were firmly in the title hunt. After the same amount of games played as this season, Arne Slot’s men stood six points behind then-leaders Ajax and they’d ultimately close the gap, trailing by goal-difference before the campaign ended prematurely. Now, they’re 10 points behind having played a game more. AZ, though, go into this weekend’s clash against top-four rivals Feyenoord with some momentum as they’ve won their last three Eredivisie games and there’s an opportunity of completing a league double over the Rotterdammers.
The chances of AZ getting another win at Feyenoord’s expense looks good considering Dick Advocaat’s side are seemingly going through the motions. It’s hard to see them lifting this season’s Eredivisie trophy after winning just two of their last seven league games, which includes three defeats — one of them being that aforementioned home loss against Pascal Jansen’s side. This has subsequently left them 13 points behind leaders Ajax while having played a game more. On the road, it’s not been looking pretty of late. Feyenoord visit Alkmaar on a four-game winless streak away from home and during that run, they’ve picked up just two points, which have come recently against Twente (2-2) and Groningen (0-0).
- AZ (vs VVV-Venlo): Bizot; Sugawara, Letschert, Martins Indi, Wijndal; Koopmeiners, Midtsjö; Evjen, Gudmundsson, Karlsson; Boadu.
- Feyenoord (vs Groningen): Marsman; Nieuwkoop, Botteghin, Senesi, Malacia; Fer, Kökcü, Toornstra; Berghuis, Linssen, Sinisterra.
Calvin Stengs and Jonas Svensson are missing for AZ while Feyenoord must do without Justin Bijlow and João Carlos Teixeira this weekend.
Player to watch: Myron Boadu (AZ)
Although this is technically Myron Boadu’s fourth Eredivisie campaign, it’s effectively his second as a first-teamer. And with that being considered, for a while many wondered if the young Dutch marksman had befallen to that dreaded second-season syndrome. Having gone through large stretches (averaging 3.75 games) without finding the net there was an understandable concern. He did, however, turn up at De Kuip a few weeks ago when AZ ran out 2-3 winners. Boadu netted a brace, including the winner. And the 20-year-old striker comes into this game with some momentum as he helped himself to another two goals against VVV-Venlo, bringing his season total to eight goals which is six shy of last season’s tally. Not since the opening two matches of this campaign has Boadu struck in back-to-back games. Can he finally end that streak against Advocaat’s men?
Eredivisie 2020/21 recent form:
- AZ: WWWLL
- Feyenoord: DDWWL
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