Vitesse and Feyenoord will meet for an Eredivisie showdown at the GelreDome on Sunday afternoon (15:45 time)
The hosts are seeking a return to winning ways after dropping more points last time out. As for De Trots van Zuid, who are within touching distance of early leaders Ajax, they can register a fifth league win on the bounce.
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Scoreline prediction: Vitesse 1-3 Feyenoord
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Vitesse vs Feyenoord build-up & previous line-ups:
After the opening seven gameweeks Vitesse sit ninth in the young Eredivisie championship table after picking up 10 points from 21 available. Thomas Letsch’s men rang in the new season with a narrow 0-1 win at PEC Zwolle before registering back-to-back defeats against Willem II and Ajax — across those matches they would conceded eight goals and score none — Vites somewhat recovered by winning two of their next three league outings, but sandwiched in between successes over RKC Waalwijk and Groningen was a 4-1 loss to Twente, and last time out they rescued a point against lowly Fortuna Sittard. Heading into this weekend’s game they’ve met Feyenoord on 36 previous occasions at home, but won just eight times, the most recent coming last season when they ran out 1-0 winners in December 2020.
A surprising 3-1 loss at Utrecht on matchday three ended Feyenoord’s two-game winning streak to start the 2021/22 season. The Rotterdammers have since put that loss behind them by winning their next three Eredivisie matches in-a-row. During this run they’ve registered 12 goals and conceded just four times. It has also seen them move into third and four points behind early leaders Ajax albeit the Rotterdammers do have a game in hand. If we stretch back into last season Feyenoord have won just five of their previous 15 league away games which includes six defeats including that aforementioned loss at the GelreDome. In fact, they’ve failed to win any of their last four Arnhem trips, with Feyenoord’s last success coming in April 2017 when Nicolai Jørgensen registered a brace as they ran out 0-2 victors.
- Vitesse (vs Stade Rennais): Schubert; Doekhi, Rasmussen, Bazoer; Dasa, Tronstad, Bero, Wittek; Openda, Baden Frederiksen, Gboho.
- Feyenoord (vs Slavia Prague): Bijlow; Pedersen, Trauner, Senesi, Malacia; Kökcü, Toornstra; Jahanbakhsh, Til, Sinisterra; Linssen.
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Player to watch: Bryan Linssen (Feyenoord)
It should be another emotional return to GelreDome for Bryan Linssen who is enjoying a second campaign at the Rotterdammers after joining them from Vitesse in the summer of 2020. In seven previous visits — the bulk of those whilst representing VVV-Venlo and Heracles — he’s registered just one goal. Last time out wearing a Feyenoord jersey Linssen played 87 minutes as they fell to a 1-0 defeat. Finding the net hasn’t been an issue this season as he’s currently the leading Eredivisie scorer among Slot’s first-teamers. Linssen comes into this weekend’s game having bagged five goals across six league appearances which puts him joint first in the race for this season’s golden shoe alongside Sébastien Haller (Ajax), teammate Guus Til and Henk Veerman (Heerenveen). Linssen though boasts the best minutes-per-goal ratio (90) of the quartet on five strikes heading into matchday eight.
Eredivisie 2021/22 recent form:
- Vitesse: DWLWL
- Feyenoord: WWWLW
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