Santiago Giménez (5′), Sebastian Szymaski (52′), and Lutsharel Geertruida (86′) scored goals for Feyenoord. Ajax scored goals through Edson Llvarez (17′) and Duan Tadi (37′).
Feyenoord hasn’t had any trouble finding the back of the goal, doing so in each of their last six games. In that period, they have asserted 15 and given up a total of 5.
Up to 5 of the prior 6 matches involving Ajax featured three or more goals. 3.67 goals were tallied on average per game during that time period, with 2.17 goals averaged by Ajax. Time will tell, however, if that pattern holds true for this contest.
Feyenoord vs Ajax – Betting Analysis
Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to January 17, 2021, Feyenoord has won one and Ajax has won four, with one game ending in a tie.
Between them, they scored 18 goals in these contests, with 6 coming from De club aan de Maas and 12 from de Godenzonen. Three goals are scored on average per contest.
The final league meeting between these teams occurred on Eredivisie Match Day 26 on March 19, 2023, with the final result being Ajax 2-3 Feyenoord. Danny Makkelie served as the umpire for the game.
Arne Slot, the Feyenoord manager, will be without Justin Bijlow (broken wrist), Lutsharel Geertruida (hamstring injury), and Quinten Timber (knee injury).
The squad that Ajax boss John Heitinga must select from has some fitness issues. Those who cannot be taken into account are Ahmetcan Kaplan (torn knee tendon) and Devyne Rensch (thigh issues).
What are the best odds for the game?
Regarding the current betting odds on the full-time result market, putting your money on Feyenoord is available for 2.59, a wager on the game finishing all-square is 3.72 and staking on the winner to be Ajax will get you 2.51. They’re the best market prices available at the moment.
Feyenoord vs Ajax – Head -to- Head
Our Prediction: Both Teams to Score