Willem II (@1.66) vs VVV Venlo (@4.6)
22-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Willem II will win

Willem II – VVV Venlo Match Prediction | 22-09-2019 13:45

VVV finished one place above the relegation places last season and the transfers both in and out of the club suggest its going to be another tough season for Venlo based club. However, VVV have a decent record against Willem II and will fancy their chances of getting the season off to a winning start, especially if their hosts defend as generously as they did so often last season.

Scroll down for all of our predictions, poll and stats for the Willem II v VVV-Venlo game including the latest game odds. It will be interesting to see how this one goes. We believe that VVV-Venlo will surely be able to break down this Willem II team, but it is unlikely to be as many as they will have scored against them. Were tipping a tight encounter finishing with a 2-1 advantage for Willem II when all is said and done.

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On the other side, Venlo is having the same situation, so they need to continue and improve their play if they want to get to the Europe Leagues qualifiers, at least. Thats almost half of the goals they have scored this season. He needs to be on top of his game for Venlo, to try and steal a couple of points from this game as an away side. Their best goal-scorer this season is Evert Linthorst, who has 4 goals by his name already.

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They have played a lot of Head-To-Head games, with Venlo being the better rival most of the time. They both play in a similar fashion this season with an identical number of points. An interesting thing is that they have almost the same goal ratio, with Willem II scoring 9 and conceding 11, and Venlo scoring 9 and conceding 12. They both play an open type of football, so a goal barrage is something we see quite often at their games. This will be a battle of the teams who are in the middle of the table. Based on all of that, we can see that there are no strong favorites in this game. By looking at all of this, I am not so sure about Willem winning this game that easy, so a perfect bet is both teams to score. However, the bookmakers have listed Willem II as a clear one, which is not something I completely agree with. Both Willem II and Venlo have 9 points from 6 games.

Willem II vs Venlo prediction arrives ahead of the Eredivisie 7th round matchup. For this game, I will try to provide the best betting tips and correct score predictions based on my analysis of these two teams. The game will be played on September 21st, at the Euroborg Stadium in Groningen, Netherlands. These two teams are positioned in the lower half of the table, where every point is important and crucial.

They have some problems with injuries, as Drost, Jakubiak, and Osman are again out of this game. They have to continue to run their style of play, and they can potentially be in the first 7 on the table when the season ends, which would lead them to the Europe qualifiers. Two losses in a row against Feyenoord and Heracles gave them a headache, but that is not something to be afraid of. As it was already said, they are in the middle of the table, if we want to be exact, they are currently eighth in the Eredivisie.

No money has been spent on players by VVV so far this transfer window, but Susic, van Ooijen, van Bruggen, and Christian Kum are all free transfers that have joined the club. The only money VVV have made from player sales has come from PEC Zwolle who bought Vito van Crooij for 585k and Clint Leemans for 315k. Four players have been brought in on loan, including 21-year old West Ham midfielder Martin Samuelsen, Leeds United striker Jay-Roy Grot, Dynamo Dresden forward Peniel Mlapa, and PSV goalkeeper Lars Unnerstall, who left the club on a free transfer to join the league champions and has immediately returned on loan.

Additionally, the squad have been far from convincing in their clashes here, and the 2-1 win over Emmen is the only win that they have secured so far. It also needs saying that Willem II have not been faring well against this opponent in their previous meetings and have tasted success just three times from their last seven fixtures at this stadium.