VTE vs FEY Dream11: Vitesse will have another chance to end its five-game losing streak when Feyenoord pay them a visit for a round-16 match in Eredivisie, at Gelredome, Arnhem, Netherlands. It will be hard though as the visitors have been pretty good in recent weeks and will look for their fourth league win in five games.
Indeed, no team in Eredivisie has failed to collect at least a single point from their last five league games. Vitesse had. As mentioned above, they are on a five-game skid. It's beyond the grasp of everybody how and why Vitesse keep hitting low after low with each passing week, but the club is in trouble, flailing about the mid-table now and if the rut is not stopped, they may get entangled in the relegation quagmire.
To be true, it's shockingly inconceivable to see Vitesse struggling, for they have always been a traditional top-five team in Eredivisie.
Another big club who has been flirting with the mid-table finishes is Feyenoord. For a club of their profile, they have been pretty average in recent seasons and were swimming on the familiar troubling shores at the start of the season, but the recent recovery, coupled with the topsy-turvy ride of other teams, has allowed them to be in a position where they can look at the European with a genuine chance.
Feyenoord are only five points behind 3rd-placed Willem II, having played a game less than them.
Match Venue: Gelredome
Match Timing: Sunday, December 08, @04:45 PM
Bryan Linssen: Scored last weekend, his sixth goal in the last nine league games. Goals – 08, Assists 02.
Tim Mavaz: He is the striker in the team and is in good form as well after scoring twice in the last three games. Goals – 06, Assists 02.
Midfielder Matus Bero is in red-hot form and could be a game-changer here.
Steven Berghuis: Feyenoord's No-10 has been the pick of the players in this team so far. The 27-year-old is the team's leading goal scorer, but it's quality on the ball which is more threatening. Goals – 08, Assists 03.
Luis Sinisterra: He has two goals, one assist and one man-of-the-match performance in the last four games. Goals – 02, Assists 03.
Game changer: Nicolai Jorgensen.
Dream11 Grand League: Tim Matavz, Nicolai Jorgensen, Luis Sinisterra, Bryan Linssen
Dream11 Small League: Tim Matavz, Matus Bero, Luis Sinisterra, Bryan Linssen
Vitesse: Hillary Gong, Charly Musonda, Jamal Blackman and Oussama Tannane have all been ruled out of this game for Vitesse.
Feyenoord: For the visitors, Sven van Beek, Edgar le, Rick Karsdorp, Justin Bijlow, Kenneth Vermeer and Ridgeciano Haps will miss the game with injuries.
Vitesse: Remko Pasveer (GK), Max Clark, Armando Obispo, Danilho Doekhi, Riechedly Bazoer, Matus Bero, Navarone Keisuke Honda, Bryan Linssen, Tim Matavz
Feyenoord: Nick Marsman (GK), Lutsharel Geertruida, Eric Botteghin, Marcos Senesi, Tyrell Malacia, Jens Toornstra, Leroy Fer, Orkun Kokcu, Luis Sinisterra, Steven Berghuis, Nicolai Jorgensen
Defenders: Doekhi, Senesi, M Clark, Botteghin
Midfielders: Berghuis (C), L Fer, Kokcu
Attackers: Sinisterra, Linssen, Matavz (VC)
Considering form of both the teams, Feyenoord have the momentum to start the game as favourites.