Ajax, who have conceded just once away from home this season, can secure another 3pts.
Feyenoord v Ajax - Sunday 13:30, Sky Sports Mix
Despite going 1-0 down at NEC in their last game, Feyenoord fought back to win 2-1 and maintain their 100% record after nine games. Ajax are their nearest challengers after they made it six wins on the bounce at Den Haag, but just one win in their first three games means that they’re five points adrift.
Feyenoord have now won eight of nine unbeaten home games going back to the end of last season but none of their opponents were or currently are in the top-six. Indeed, their record when hosting top-three finishers is just W1-D2-L4 since 2013/14 as they failed to keep a clean sheet in any of these games, with two of those defeats against Ajax themselves.
Ajax have now won nine of 10 unbeaten away games, conceding just once on the road this term and their record when travelling to top-four teams is W5-D1-L0 since 2014/15. As a result we’re backing them to win at 3.1 and since they were ahead at the break in each of those five victories, we’re also backing Ajax/Ajax HT/FT at 5.25.