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When is AZ vs PSV? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info & live stream info

By Mohamed Moallim

When is AZ vs PSV? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info & live stream info

Published: 11:33, 28 May 2023

PSV begin life without Ruud van Nistelrooy when they visit AZ on the final Eredivisie weekend.

Van Nistelrooy stepped down as De Boeren’s head coach with immediate effect days before this crunch fixture. PSV are three points ahead of Ajax with a place in next season’s Champions League up for grabs.

AZ, meanwhile, are chasing the Amsterdammers with third place guaranteeing a place in the Europa League play-offs.

Looking to watch AZ vs PSV online? Read on for your live streaming options.

When is AZ vs PSV?

AZ vs PSV takes place at the AFAS Stadion on Sunday, 28th May.

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What is the kick-off time for AZ vs PSV?

AZ vs PSV will kick-off at 1:30pm (UK time).

How can I live stream AZ vs PSV online?

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Where to watch AZ vs PSV on TV:

  • UK: Mola TV
  • US: ESPN+

AZ team news

Jens Odgaard sits this game out with a foot injury. He could be joined by Sem Westerveld (knee) and Bruno Martins Indi (hip) in the physio room.

PSV team news

Armando Obispo and Mauro Junior, who are both dealing with knee injuries, are ruled out for PSV this weekend.

Who is refereeing AZ vs PSV?

Danny Makkelie has been confirmed as the referee for AZ vs PSV.

AZ vs PSV: Predictions

AZ are seeking a league double over PSV, their last Eredivisie meeting saw them record a 1-0 victory in Eindhoven, on that day Vangelis Pavlidis proved to be a difference maker. That was one of 12 goals (five of which have been game-openers) Pavlidis has netted for AZ this season leaving him as the club’s top scorer.

Xavi Simons, meanwhile, is still in the hunt to win this season’s golden shoe. Having joined from PSG last summer he’s gone on to register 17 league goals – one behind Utecht’s Anastasios Douvikas heading into the final round of Eredivisie fixtures.

On home soil, AZ have previously accumulated 32 points (nine wins and five draws) from 48 available. PSV are currently on a seven-match away unbeaten streak (four wins and three draws).

Scoreline prediction: AZ 2-2 PSV

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