Telstar has recently had some serious problems. In their last six games against opponents, they have scored just 4 goals in total. Telstar has also had eight goals scored against them in those contests.
Of course, there is no guarantee that the trend will continue in the upcoming game. Telstar had not lost any of their previous five home league games coming into this one.
MVV and its traveling supporters will be looking for a better outcome in this one after losing their previous game against ADO Den Haag in Eerste Divisie action.
Koen Kostons (45′) represented MVV and was the sole scorer. ADO Den Haag scored goals through Thomas Verheydt (10′) and Tyrese Asante (89′).
Three or more goals have been scored in a total of 5 of MVV’s last 6 matches. During that time, a match saw an average of 3 goals scored, with MVV averaging 1.5 goals per match.
In their previous two league games, MVV has failed to win a game on the road.
Telstar vs Maastricht – Betting Analysis
Looking at their previous head-to-head matches dating back to September 13, 2019, it appears that these two clubs have never lost a match after 90 minutes of play, with Telstar winning three of those games, MVV winning three, and 0 being draws.
During those matches, they combined to score 17 goals, with 7 coming from Witte Leeuwen and 10 from MVV. This results in an average of 2.83 goals scored per game.
The Eerste Divisie match day 22 between these clubs on January 14, 2022, ended with a Telstar 2-1 MVV final score.
Telstar had a 55% possession advantage and 8 out of 13 shot attempts that day were successful. Glynor Plet (8′) and zgür Aktaş (26′) scored the goals.
MVV made 13 attempts on goal with 7 of them being on target at the opposing end. Clint Essers scored in the 91st second. Robin Gansner was the umpire.
Out of a nearly full team, there is only one absence due to injury that Telstar manager Mike Snoei needs to be concerned about. Koen Blommestijn will not play due to an unknown injury.
The MVV manager Maurice Verberne just has one fitness issue to deal with out of a mostly full-strength group. Rico Zeegers won’t be playing because of foot surgery.
When all things are considered, Telstar has what it takes to defeat MVV and possibly keep a clean sheet even though the latter may struggle to score.
What are the best odds for the game?
Checking the latest betting odds for this match in the full-time result market, victory for Telstar is best priced at 1.91, backing the game finishing all-square is 3.76 & betting on a win for MVV can get you 3.72. They’re the most competitive market prices that can be secured at this very moment.
Telstar vs Maastricht – Head-to-Head