Nijmegen vs. Vitesse (Sunday, 11.15am)
While the visitors sit just above the relegation zone, the hosts could potentially break into the top six by the end of the weekend.
We say: NEC 2-0 Vitesse
Vitesse have had a difficult start to the new Eredivisie campaign, and while they have the qualities to produce results, this weekend could be a tough one.
NEC are performing well in home fixtures, particularly from an attacking sense, and that is something that should allow them to take all three points in this game.
Excelsior vs. Sparta (Sunday, 1.30pm)
With only two points between them in the league table, there is little to split them at the moment, setting up what should be a closely contested fixture.
We say: SBV Excelsior 2-2 Sparta Rotterdam
This is a derby day encounter, therefore both teams and fans should be up for it which will create a passionate atmosphere and a tense game.
Both have started the season in similar form, and with little to split them at the moment, they could end up sharing the spoils.
Heracles vs. PEC Zwolle (Sunday, 1.30pm)
The hosts currently sit ninth after a creditable draw away at AZ Alkmaar on Thursday, while their visitors are just a point worse off following a defeat in their last outing, also against AZ Alkmaar, last Sunday.
We say: Heracles 2-1 PEC Zwolle
There is certainly not much to split these two sides, but with confidence from an impressive midweek result and home advantage on their side, we give Heracles the edge and back them to take all three points.
AZ vs. Sittard (Sunday, 3.45pm)
The hosts dropped points for the first time this season on Thursday, playing out a 1-1 draw with Heracles after a perfect start, while their visitors sit eighth after their first defeat of the campaign last Friday.
We say: AZ Alkmaar 3-0 Fortuna Sittard
Aiming to bounce back from a first setback of the season in midweek, we see AZ Alkmaar being far too strong for Sunday's visitors and making a return to winning ways in dominant fashion on home turf.