Den Haag vs Cambuur by Neuro
Den Haag had a goalless draw away from home against Heerenveen in the previous game before the break. However, it has to be said that they were quite lucky to escape with a draw, as the home team was much more active on the field, have created more chances and only needed the final touch in order to precede during the match.
It was their fifth consecutive match where the side stood without three pointer, as they continue to stand above the red zone, but now being tied up with play-out placed Go Ahead Eagles with seventeen points so far. Most of their points come from home matches, thirteen in comparison to only four away from home, which means that the target is a victory only here. Coach Henk Fraser has no injury worries and is expected to field up two changes in comparison to the game before the break. Central defender Wilfried Kanon (14/0) is at African Cup of Nations, while forward Michiel Kramer (17/11) won't play here due suspension ban.
Cambuur, on the other side, finished the first part of the season in the best possible way - with two victories in Eredivisie and a victory in Dutch Cup, progressing over Heracles to the quarter-finals. In the league, they come from a 2:1 victory over Zwolle, despite being 0:1 down since 19th minute.
However, team re-grouped at the second half and started playing much better, especially being more concrete and creative in their trying towards opponent goal. They equalized via van de Streek in 57th minute, while the victory came with a goal from Bakker in 89th minute from the penalty spot. Overall, it was a fully deserved three pointer for the hosts, as the team simply showed more in ninety minutes. They are now at seventh position, trying to get the European ticket till the end of the season somehow. Forward Bartholomew Ogbeche (15/8) is the only player sidelined for this game. Lucas Bijker, on the other side, is available following suspension and is expected to return to the starting eleven here.
No doubt that this one should be very open game, much more open that the current odds suggest. Therefore, we have very valuable bet here with over 2.5 goals currently priced at close to odds 2.00.