ADO Den Haag vs. Feyenoord (Sunday, 11.15am)
The visitors are also in need of all three points here, albeit for very different reasons, as they seek to secure automatic qualification for European football next season.
We say: ADO Den Haag 1-4 Feyenoord
ADO Den Haag's poor fun of form coming into the game suggests that they are set for another baptism of fire. We expect the visitors to have too much quality for their hosts and cruise to a comfortable victory.
Groningen vs. Sparta (Sunday, 1.30pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors returned to winning ways last time out, and they have only lost one of their last seven matches.
We say: Groningen 1-0 Sparta Rotterdam
Groningen have shown that they have the ability to grind out wins without necessarily being an attacking force. We anticipate a cagey affair in this one, with the hosts coming out victorious by the odd goal.
Ajax vs. Emmen (Sunday, 1.30pm)
Both sides have picked up 10 points from their last four games apiece, more than any of the other 18 outfits in the division.
We say: Ajax 4-0 Emmen
With the finish line in sight, Ajax need no further motivation to secure all three points this weekend. We expect them to do just that in an emphatic fashion and end the day as champions.
PSV vs. Heerenveen (Sunday, 3.45pm)
Meanwhile, Heerenveen are one of four teams that are currently tied on 37 points, and they are still vying for a top-half finish.
We say: PSV Eindhoven 2-0 Heerenveen
With PSV's title charge set to be mathematically over this weekend, finishing as runners-up is still on the horizon for this weekend's hosts. We are backing them to further tighten their hold on second place with all three points in this one.