The Dutch Eredivisie continues with the complete 15th round this weekend. We are going to visit Venlo, Seacon Stadion – De Koel in Venlo, where the hosts are welcoming the team Willem II from Tilburg on Sunday afternoon.
Willem II is diving into this event as favorites: they are striving to end a five-game Eredivisie winless run. However, Willem II have won as favorites in just two of six applicable league games this campaign and in none away from home. Having said that, Willem II manager Adrie Koster boasts a strong managerial head-to-head record against the hosts from Venlo.
VVV-Venlo ended last season in the bottom three where in most of them they averaged 1.80 second-half goals conceded per defeat. Moreover, Venlo manager Hans de Koning has a poor all-time head-to-head record vs Willem II with his side on the day scoring just once across the last four meetings.
This season, Venlo had more than 3 goals per match at home in 6 matches out of 7. Nevertheless, even when scoring first, Venlo cannot be trusted – especially at home. Their both prior home league games ended in a draw in which they’ve netted the opener, whilst their only victory here saw them against a ten-man Heracles.
Both teams have statistically at least over 3 goals per match (scored + conceded) this season. Namely, out of 14 events so far, Venlo has 4.4 goals/match while Willem II amounts to 3.3 goals/match on average.
All in all, we back both teams to score and more, and thus we will see over 2 and possibly more goals in this Sunday afternoon event. If you also want to take advantage of the best odds in the market, register at the best betting software right now.