Groningen vs. PEC Zwolle (Saturday, 11.00am)
On the other hand, Zwolle will aim to end a run of three consecutive draws with a victory at the Hitachi Capital Mobility Stadium.
We say: Groningen 2-1 PEC Zwolle
Groningen may not be playing at their best currently, but we still expect them to come out victorious against a Zwolle side who have been hard to beat of late.
Sparta vs. Sittard (Saturday, 1.15pm)
The home and away sides are 12th and 11th on the log respectively, with only two points separating the teams from each other as things stand.
We say: Sparta Rotterdam 1-0 Fortuna Sittard
Games between teams that are closely matched are usually very tight, and we expect that trend to continue here. However, we fancy Sparta Rotterdam to end up nicking this one.
ADO Den Haag vs. PSV (Saturday, 3.30pm)
The home side will be hoping to avoid a repeat of the fate that they suffered in the reverse meeting, where they were outclassed in a 4-0 demolition back in November.
We say: ADO Den Haag 0-2 PSV Eindhoven
PSV have an opportunity to move as close to Ajax as they have been in a long while, and we do not expect them to pass up that chance against a relegation-threatened Den Haag side.
Heracles vs. Ajax (Saturday, 5.45pm)
Heracles become the latest team to try and halt Ajax's seemingly unstoppable charge to a 35th Eredivisie title when they host them on Saturday.
The home side have already witnessed how devastating the visitors can be in front of goal, having shipped five goals in the reverse fixture back in November.
We say: Heracles 1-3 Ajax
Ajax simply look far too good for anyone at the moment, and despite improved performances from the hosts in recent weeks, we cannot see any other outcome than an away victory.