FC Emmen vs Feyenoord – Prediction, and Match Preview
The hosts are currently in the relegation playoffs, but with a substantially stronger goal differential than Excelsior, they are only one point behind Excelsior.
The fact that Feyenoord and FC Utrecht must be faced in the next two rounds is a challenge for head coach Dick Lukkien and his team.
FC Emmen has also played terrible defense recently. In their most recent losses against Twente and AZ Alkmaar, they allowed eight goals to be scored.
You definitely don’t want to go into the match against the league’s freshly crowned winners, who had won twelve straight games.
Feyenoord won the Eredivisie championship for the first time since the 2016–17 season as a result of an outstanding season that saw them suffer just 1 loss in 32 games.
With two games remaining, they have an eight-point lead over PSV Eindhoven in second place. It will be fascinating to watch if head coach Arne Slot rotates his team for the final two games given that Feyenoord has already claimed the championship.
FC Emmen vs Feyenoord – Betting Analysis
FC Emmen has never been a major opponent for Feyenoord, who have won eight of the last 10 meetings and drawn two.
This season, Feyenoord destroyed FC Emmen twice, winning 5-0 in a midseason friendly and 4-0 in the league.
With one exception, Feyenoord has outscored FC Emmen by at least three goals in each of their last eight meetings.
The stakes of this game is significantly higher for the home team, but given the massive quality differential between these two teams, we doubt Feyenoord will lose.
While the guests have won their last dozen matches, Emmen have dropped their last two league matches while allowing a combined total of eight goals.
What are the top odds for this match?
Regarding the latest bookmaker odds on the WDW market, victory for FC Emmen can be had for 5.8, a wager on the draw is 4.8, and taking a punt on the winner to be Feyenoord can be had at 1.49. They’re the top bets that can be secured at present.
FC Emmen vs Feyenoord – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Away to Win