NAME: Ajax – PSV Eindhoven
DATE: July 27, 2019
TIME: 16:00 UTC
VENUE: Johan Cruijff Arena, Amsterdam , Netherlands
When the odds are 1.83 the expected chance of winning is 55%, but this team actually wins 56% matches with these odds.
When the odds are 3.75 the expected chance of winning is 27%, but this team actually wins 1% matches with these odds.
Andre Onana, Noussair Mazraoui and Hakim Ziyech will not be available despite returning to training this week following their AFCON duties.
Erik ten Hag will select from the players who have been part of their pre-season preparations meaning an official debut for Quincy Promes.
Mark Van Bommel is likely to freshen up his starting lineup as this fixture takes place between their Champions League second qualifying round fixture against Swiss outfit FC Basel, which they currently lead 3-2 on aggregate.
Bruma and Olivier Boscagli are both in line to make their domestic debuts. Ibrahim Afellay, who joined as a free agent, could make his comeback.
Ajax vs PSV Head 2 Head statistic
Best prediction to the match Ajax vs PSV
Prediction by leaguelane.com – Full time result: Ajax @ 1.83 (5/6), Both teams to score @ 1.50 (1/2)
Ajax hit the headlines last season for making it all the way to the semi-finals of the coveted Champions League with a fairly inexperienced squad. They also made their mark in their domestic campaign and finished at the helm in the table with a three-point advantage and 119 goals in the bag.
However, two of their prized possessions, Frankie De Jong in midfield and Matthijs De Ligt in defense have parted ways with the club for greener pastures and will be a void that the home team will have to deal with in the new season.
PSV came in second behind the hosts on the table and had the best defensive record of the lot, by conceding as few as twenty-six goals in their entire season. The visitors have also been hit hard by the transfer window, with the club’s top scorer in the previous season Luuk de Jong, signing for Sevilla.
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Prediction by whoscored.com – Ajax 2 – 1 PSV Eindhoven
Dutch football’s traditional curtain-raiser sees last season’s top two in the Eredivisie square off against each other.
Ajax completed a first league and cup double since 2002, finishing ahead of PSV Eindhoven by three points.
Both teams have lost key players from last term already this summer. Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt have left Ajax for Barcelona and Juventus, respectively, while Luuk de Jong has joined Sevilla and Angeliño has returned to Manchester City, both having left PSV.
These are the two most decorated sides in JCS history with PSV winning 11 times compared to Ajax’s eight triumphs.
Ajax’s last success came in 2013 with PSV last winning in 2016.
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Prediction by freetips.com – Over 3.5 Goals @ 2.25 at bet365
Ajax are coming off a 2-1 defeat to Greek side Panathanaikos in their final preseason friendly. They fell behind early in the first half but struck back through Donny van de Beek before conceding the winner three minutes after the restart.
It was the first preseason defeat for the Dutch champions, who had won their previous three matches. Erik Ten Hag’s men are priced at odds of 1.83 for a win on Saturday but a bet on goals could be a valuable option having seen over 3.5 goals in four of their last five Eredivisie matches.
Ajax have lost Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt in the transfer window but still have plenty of quality in the team. Dusan Tadic scored over 30 goals across all competitions last season and should feature in attack alongside Kasper Dolberg and Quincy Promes.
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Prediction by freesupertips.com – PSV Double Chance @ 10/11
Ajax have the home advantage in Saturday’s Super Cup Final against arch-rivals PSV but after claiming the league and cup double last season, that is surely the least the Amsterdam club deserves. Ajax’s success has seemingly come at a price though, with star players like Matthijs de Ligt, Frenkie de Jong, and Maximilian Wöber all leaving the club for pastures new and the likes of David Neres constantly linked with a move to the Premier League. PSV have lost their top scorer Luuk de Jong, after deciding to cash in on the 28-year-old striker who moved to Sevilla for £11.25m.
Ajax have enjoyed their pre-season for the most part but haven’t really tested themselves against any top-level European sides. The Eredivisie champions beat the likes of Quick ’20, Istanbul Basaksehir, Watford, and OFI, but drew with AaB, and lost to Panathinaikos on Monday. PSV have only played four friendlies due to their participation in the Champions League qualifiers, where on Tuesday night they defeated Basel 3-2 at home. A fourteenth-minute effort from Bruma put PSV in front at the Philips Stadion but Basel equalised in first-half stoppage time. The visitors took the lead with eleven minutes left on the clock but late goals from Lammers and Malen saw PSV claim a 3-2 1st leg victory.
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Prediction by sportytrader.com – PSV to win the first half and the game @5.75
Ajax, who had a great campaign at home and in Europe last season, head to this game straight from a loss that ended their preseason engagements on a low, having earlier picked three straight wins. That loss is just one of three they have suffered in the last 26 matches, signaling a very stable run. However, they have not been as sturdy defensively, with no clean sheet in the last nine matches. They have scored in 19 straight matches heading here and will be hoping to better their performance against PSV, having picked just two wins in the last five and lost the other three. In the Super Cup, Ajax have won once in the last five and of the nine Super Cup matches they have played, they have managed four wins.
On the other hand is PSV, who have already tasted competitive action this season, as they are taking part in the UEFA Champions League qualifiers, and have faced off with a tough side in Basel, and won. Perhaps that will give them an edge against a team straight from preseason friendly matches; it remains to be seen. PSV have picked two wins, two losses and a draw in their last five matches. They have six wins in 10 matches and three losses, with three clean sheets as well. They have scored in 12 of their last 15 matches and have four wins in their last five Super Cup matches. In the last four meetings between these two sides, we have seen over 2.5 goals in each and head to head, from 57 meetings, Ajax have 19 wins and PSV 25.
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Prediction by virtualbet24.com – Ajax to win
Betting tip: AJAX vs PSV
AJAX is odds-on favourite for this match. PSV goes as a clear outsider in the game and we have absolutely no doubt about who will win this at the end of the match. So we think there´s no reason to cover this bet with a possible draw.
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Prediction by thatsagoal.com – Ajax to win
After this weekend, there are just seven games left in the Eredivisie season, and this match could go a long way to determining the destination of the title. PSV are currently five points ahead, and have been defeated just once this campaign (at De Kuip). They will be happy with a point from this game, and a draw will help keep equilibrium at the top of the standings.
They will face a tough task against an Ajax side, who are full of confidence. They have the man-of-the-moment Dusan Tadic, who also netted on International Duty this week. However, Erik Ten Hag’s side slipped up against AZ last time out, and were out-shot by their opponents. They have had a few slip-ups along the way, most notably against Heerenveen, when they conceded four times. They did beat PEC Zwolle 2-1 here during their last home game, but they didn’t look entirely convincing, and domestic performances haven’t quite matched Champions League efforts in recent weeks.
Ajax could be frustrated by a side who have conceded just twelve away goals all season, and this came could end all-square. It could be a fascinating tactical battle, but as PSV only require a point to maintain a five-point gap, their game-plan could help dictate this one ending in a stalemate. The draw is the first of our Ajax vs PSV predictions for Sunday afternoon.
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Prediction by sports.bwin.com – PSV to avoid defeat-1/1
Kick-off: 1545, 31/03/2019
Stadium: Johan Cruyff Arena
PSV can close in on another Dutch Eredivisie title triumph by avoiding defeat in Sunday’s top-of-the-table clash with Ajax in Amsterdam.
The visitors go into this game five points clear of their opponents and there will be just seven rounds of fixtures remaining after they meet.
Mark van Bommel’s side can be backed at 23/20 not to lose at Johan Cruyff Arena and that is our opening Ajax vs PSV prediction.
A Look At Ajax’s Betting Odds
Ajax have been awesome in the Champions League this term, pushing Bayern Munich close in their pool and then knocking out Real Madrid.
Former Southampton playmaker Dusan Tadic was outstanding in a sensational 4-1 triumph at the Bernabeu, along with much-vaunted youngsters Matthijs de Ligt and Frenkie De Jong.
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Prediction by 007soccerpicks.com – Ajax to win
Ajax, as we know, reached the championship last season in the Netherlands Eredivisie’de. His closest follower finished the season with 3 points ahead of PSV. In addition, Ajax was the most striking team of the last season in the Champions League. In the transfer period, Promes from Sevilla, Edson Alvarez from America, Razvan Martin from Standard Liege and Lisandro Martinez from Defense strengthened the squad with Ajax, De Light, Frenkie De Jong, Sinkgraven and Wöber were the names that left the team. In the preparatory games, Ajax defeated teams like Başakşehir, Watford and Ofı and the only defeat was against the Greek team Panathinaikos. We can say that they had a good preparation period.
PSV finished second behind Ajax 3 points last season. The match they lost in the second half of the league against Ajax was the break of the season. PSV, who opened the season early, faced Basel in the Champions League Qualifying round last week and defeated the opponent 3-2 at home. After the Super Cup game, there will be two critical matches in front of PSV which will be played in the Champions League rematch. The PSV, which added Bruma to Leipzig in the transfer period, defeated Basel 3-2 and the first goal came from the new transfer Bruma.
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