Emmen vs. Heerenveen (Thursday, 1.30pm)
On the other hand, Heerenveen's chances of a European finish currently lie in the balance, and there is no margin for error from here on out.
We say: Emmen 2-1 Heerenveen
Emmen have it all do to if they are to keep fighting in a bid to stay up. They have stuttered in recent matches but were in good form prior to that. We are backing them to claim all three points, giving themselves a chance at redemption on the final day of the season.
Ajax vs. VVV-Venlo (Thursday, 1.30pm)
However, opponents VVV-Venlo currently sit in the bottom two, leaving the visitors requiring at least one point from their remaining two fixtures to have any chance of avoiding relegation to the second tier.
We say: Ajax 4-0 VVV-Venlo
On the back of their much-needed draw at the weekend, Venlo will feel more confident about troubling the champions.
Nevertheless, we expect this to be one-way traffic with the home side cruising to victory with minimal fuss.
Groningen vs. AZ (Thursday, 1.30pm)
With two games of the season left to play, the visitors sit one point behind PSV Eindhoven in second place, while their hosts can still achieve a top-six finish with a positive end to the campaign.
We say: Groningen 1-2 AZ Alkmaar
With AZ Alkmaar compromised at the back due to several unavailable centre-backs, Groningen could definitely cause the visitors problems on Thursday, but we see Jansen's men escaping with all three points.
Even without Koopmeiners, the Cheeseheads have looked strong in their last two outings, and they will be hopeful of recording a third consecutive victory as they desperately aim to break into the top two.
Sittard vs. Vitesse (Thursday, 1.30pm)
The teams will be looking to get back to winning ways in next to no time following their respective defeats last time out.
We say: Fortuna Sittard 1-2 Vitesse
Despite having less to play for compared to their hosts, the visitors will want to sign off the current campaign in style as they set out for their penultimate fixture. We fancy them to secure a narrow victory in what should be an enthralling affair.
RKC Waalwijk vs. FC Twente (Thursday, 1.30pm)
The away side also have a league double over their hosts in sight following a 2-0 victory in November's reverse fixture.
We say: RKC Waalwijk 1-1 FC Twente
Given the current form of both sides coming into the game, neither of them should be too dissatisfied with a draw in this one. We are anticipating a tight affair and ultimately, a share of the spoils with goals at both ends.
PSV vs. PEC Zwolle (Thursday, 1.30pm)
PSV Eindhoven play host to PEC Zwolle on Thursday knowing that victory would put the club on the brink of securing Champions League football for next season.
Safe from relegation and with little to play for, the visitors head into this contest looking to ensure that they do not end the campaign with four successive defeats.
We say: PSV Eindhoven 2-0 PEC Zwolle
After their surprise defeat last time out, question marks have naturally emerged over whether Zwolle have the desire required to end the season on the front foot.
While we expect an improved performance, PSV should still have plenty in the tank to ease to victory.
Heracles vs. Feyenoord (Thursday, 1.30pm)
While the visitors are attempting to qualify for the Europa League, Heracles will finish in the top half of the table if they can claim four points from their remaining two matches.
We say: Heracles 1-2 Feyenoord
Given Feyenoord's recent form in the Eredivisie, Heracles will fancy their chances of causing an upset.
However, with Europa League football at stake, we expect the visitors to raise their game and edge out their hosts.
Sparta vs. Utrecht (Thursday, 1.30pm)
Meanwhile, the visitors are unbeaten in their last eight games on the road, with their last away defeat coming back in January.
We say: Sparta Rotterdam 1-2 FC Utrecht
With both sides on a great run of form heading into this one, the match has all the makings of a truly absorbing contest. The away side are the favourites for this one as their league position would suggest, and we are tipping them to get the job done.
ADO Den Haag vs. Willem II (Thursday, 1.30pm)
The hosts sit at the foot of the table but have kept their survival hopes alive with back-to-back victories, while their opponents sit in 15th spot, one point and one place ahead of FC Emmen in the relegation playoff place and two points above the automatic drop zone with two games left to play.
We say: ADO Den Haag 2-0 Willem II
In a game between two sides who will be absolutely desperate for a win in a crucial game in the race for survival, this encounter could definitely go either way, but we give the edge to the hosts.
Den Haag come into the match with momentum having kept their slim survival hopes alive with back-to-back wins, and we see them rallying to pick up a third straight victory to potentially move out of the bottom two.