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Ajax v FC Volendam live stream: How to watch today’s Eredivisie online

By Mohamed Moallim

Ajax v FC Volendam live stream: How to watch today's Eredivisie online

Published: 15:00, 26 January 2023

Ajax v FC Volendam takes place on Thursday at 8pm (UK time).

Looking to watch Ajax v FC Volendam online? Read on for your live-streaming options.

How to live stream Ajax vs FC Volendam online:

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Where to watch Ajax vs FC Volendam on TV:

  • UK: N/A
  • US: ESPN+

How Ajax have found themselves in a post-Ten Hag crisis

Ajax hosts will be looking to snap a six-game Eredivisie winless streak, which has yielded five points from 18 available, while their guests seek to win a third game in four outings.

This season was always going to be a challenging one for Ajax who lost several key players and big personalities as well as title-winning boss Erik ten Hag last summer. Alfred Schreuder, the former one-time assistant coach to Ten Hag, was identified as the Man Utd-bound head coach successor. The once-frugal Dutch champions spent big in the summer transfer window bringing in no fewer than 11 players including big sums for Dutch winger (and club academy graduate) Steven Bergwijn and Rangers centre-back Calvin Bassey.

Both started promisingly, with Bergwijn, in particular, netting six goals across his opening five Eredivisie appearances, before the wheels spectacularly fell off. Ajax concluded matchday 11 sitting on top with a four-point lead. Their impressive +28 goal difference was virtually another point. Since then Schreuder’s men have put together a six-game winless streak. A humbling 2-1 loss to championship rivals PSV was followed by five straight draws. The club’s longest such run this century.

Consequently, they headed into this latest round of fixtures (matchday 18) sitting fifth and trailing leaders Feyenoord by five points. Winter has so far seen Argentine goalkeeper Gerónimo Rulli arrive from Villarreal while the experienced defender-cum-midfielder Daley Blind left for Bayern Munich — after his contract was terminated on December 31 — with his departure is being linked with a falling out with Schreuder, in fact, the Dutch international said as much so.

“I thought for a very long time that I would finish my career at Ajax,” he told Algemeen Dagblad. ”And then I thought: if I do go sooner, then next summer, when my contract expires. With hopefully another title and a farewell through the front door.”

“Let me be clear, I have no doubt that it became personal after RKC (Ajax’s final game before the World Cup break). I’m convinced of it. All the Ajax players [at the World Cup] got a congratulations app from the coach, except me. And when I came to say goodbye at De Toekomst [Ajax’s training ground] on December 27, I shook hands not only with the players but also with staff members. [Michael] Reiziger, [Richard] Witschge, you name them. Only Schreuder I didn’t see, even though he knew I was there. The time I was allowed to come had in fact been coordinated with Ajax.”

Following their most recent match, a 1-1 draw against bitter enemy Feyenoord in the Klassieker, a report from De Telegraaf stated the Dutch powerhouse held a crisis meeting to determine Schreuder’s future. For now, he’s still in charge with the powers that be recognising certain promises to him were not kept, which is believed to have influenced results, while there’s confidence from higher-ups that Ajax will secure four wins from their next four Eredivisie games (Volendam at home, Excelsior away, Cambuur away and RKC Waalwijk at home).


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Eredivisie 2022/23 recent form:

  • Ajax: DDDDD
  • Volendam: LWWLL

Scoreline prediction: Ajax 1-1 Volendam

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