Emmen vs. Groningen (Sunday, 11.15am)
The away side have lost each of their last three games and still have work to do if they are to cement their place in contention for European football next season.
We say: Emmen 2-1 Groningen
With their survival hopes still hanging in the balance, the onus to claim all three points is more on the home team this weekend. We expect them to rise to the occasion, and get one over the visitors come the full-time whistle.
Feyenoord vs. Ajax (Sunday, 1.30pm)
Meanwhile, Feyenoord are seeking an immediate response after they were on the receiving end of a shock defeat last time out.
We say: Feyenoord 2-2 Ajax
Having got the job done last week, Ajax can afford to take their foot off the gas slightly for the remaining matches. However, we still fancy them to have enough in the tank to pick up a point this weekend in what should be a fascinating encounter.
PEC Zwolle vs. ADO Den Haag (Sunday, 1.30pm)
Having won each of their last two home games, the hosts are in search of three consecutive league victories on their own turf for the first time since 2019.
We say: PEC Zwolle 2-1 ADO Den Haag
Den Haag managed to buy themselves a bit of time with their surprise victory against Feyenoord last time out, which delayed the confirmation of their exit from the Eredivisie. We are backing the home side to come out on top in this one, putting an end to the visitors' tenure in the top flight.
Willem II vs. PSV (Sunday, 3.45pm)
The visitors are in a two-way battle with AZ Alkmaar to finish in second spot, while the home side are embroiled in a relegation scrap at the bottom of the table.
We say: Willem II 1-3 PSV Eindhoven
With the title race finally over, PSV now have their sights set on finishing as runners-up which would also give them safe passage into next season's Champions League. Three points in a game of this weekend's nature is almost non-negotiable if the away side want to achieve the aforementioned objective, and we are backing them to get the job done in a fairly comfortable manner.