Emmen vs. PEC Zwolle (Saturday, 5.45pm)
On the other hand, the visitors are going through a mini-dry spell at the moment, having not won any of their last four league games, and picking up only three points from a possible 12.
We say: Emmen 0-1 PEC Zwolle
Zwolle will back themselves to pick up all three points against a winless Emmen side, whose search for a maiden victory is likely to go on for another week.
VVV-Venlo vs. AZ (Saturday, 7.00pm)
On the other hand, AZ are looking for a third win on the bounce in order to keep up the pressure on those around them in the race for European qualification.
We say: VVV-Venlo 1-2 AZ Alkmaar
AZ Alkmaar have proven to be strong away from home so far, and we expect them to claim all three points on the road once again albeit by a narrow margin.
Sittard vs. ADO Den Haag (Saturday, 8.00pm)
Unlike their previous two seasons in the top flight, Fortuna are clear of any relegation danger at this stage, and the focus is now on securing their highest finish since they were promoted in 2018.
We say: Fortuna Sittard 2-1 ADO Den Haag
Den Haag would have been buoyed by their impressive draw versus PSV last time out, but Fortuna have been significantly better in recent weeks, so we expect the home team to come out on top.