Achilles 29 vs Jong Ajax by Sureseye

Achilles 29 finally found a solution to their backline in their last match away to Oss, winning the guest by 1-0. In that match, guest were defensively organized and rode on elements of luck which didn't allow them to concede early in the first 30 minutes. Thereafter, they gained confidence and began playing more comported. It paid off in the 74 minutes as substitute Daniel van Straaten's scored from the fed free-kick. Although Oss are the most goal-shy on the league with just 3 goals in their 6 matches played so far, It should be considered a good outcome for Achilles 29 as it means they kept a clean sheet for the first time in the season. Their last two home matches came against relatively stronger teams but the François Gesthuizen men were not devoid of character on the field of play although they'd showed defensive shakyness in the process, loosing a 2 goal advantage in one against Jong FC Twente and also coming from two goals behind when they welcomed Helmond, both in which they lost 2-3.


Jong Ajax are coming off a 4-2 away win over Jong PSV in an explosive derby. PSV coach would perhaps have himself to blame after removing on song Betancourt R in the match, and thereafter Ajax youth could score 4 goals, coming from behind. Anyway, things are a lot different in the Ajax team now squad-wise. Jong Ajax FC's appeal to KNVB (football federation) for this match to be played 3 days later fell into deaf hears. A lot of the Jong Ajax FC players are involved in international obligation as key member of the main team will not be featuring for the guest today including Lucas Andersen, Riechedley Bazoer Hendriks and Sam. At the moment, coach Groenendijk could use players in the average age range of 17-18 - the lowest average age ever in the history of professional football in Holland.


The young Ajax team looks troubled and will 'look' much younger today and it will not matter whether they were on two consecutive victories while Achilles 29 can at least consolidate on their last away victory and re-enact in their home ground; an initial (2-0) lead fell from them when they welcomed Helmond in their last home match and they should be ready to correct the wrongs today against a potentially weakened guest.

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