Feyenoord vs. VVV-Venlo (Saturday, 3.30pm)
The hosts were victorious when the teams met in December's reverse fixture, so a win here would complete a league double over their visitors.
We say: Feyenoord 3-1 VVV-Venlo
Both teams are going through a rough patch at the moment, and a win for either side would brighten the mood. We are backing Feyenoord to get their continental aspirations back on track by claiming all three points in this one.
FC Twente vs. Willem II (Saturday, 5.45pm)
The home side have fallen off the pace in the race for a European finish after winning just two of their 10 league games since the turn of the year.
We say: FC Twente 2-1 Willem II
The visitors have undeniably improved their performances in recent weeks as they seek to stay afloat. That being said, we are backing the home team to carry the day, and put a dent in the away side's survival hopes.
Heerenveen vs. ADO Den Haag (Saturday, 7.00pm)
The home side have also found league victories hard to come by this calendar year as they have managed to pick up just two from their 10 matches to date.
We say: Heerenveen 1-1 ADO Den Haag
Four of the last five meetings between the sides have ended in a draw, and given the relatively similar form they they both carry into this, we are backing another share of the spoils.
RKC Waalwijk vs. Utrecht (Saturday, 8.00pm)
Meanwhile, Utrecht just had their six-game unbeaten run ended last time out, and they will want to bounce back as quickly as possible.
We say: RKC Waalwijk 1-2 FC Utrecht
Both teams have been in good form coming into this, so it should be an entertaining contest to watch. The away side seem to have more about themselves and as a result, we fancy them to narrowly win this one.