PSV can get their title challenge back on track with a victory on Sunday.
PSV v ADO Den Haag - Sunday 19:45, Sky Sports 2
PSV’s title challenge has stuttered slightly of late, with just two victories in their last six (drawing the other four), leaving them six points adrift of Feyenoord at the top of the table. Of particular concern for Philip Cocu will be the fact that his side have conceded the first goal in three of these four draws (the other was goalless), but at home to ADO Den Haag they should have enough about them to secure the three points.
ADO Den Haag are in terrible form at the moment, losing seven of their last nine whilst only winning once during this sequence. Their away form isn’t any better with four defeats in five winless matches, and they’ve conceded first in six of their last eight away games. In addition, PSV have won eight of their last nine encounters with ADO Den Haag, keeping a clean sheet in six of these games.
PSV have drawn the first half in five of their last six matches, and with little value backing them outright we think the true value in this match lies in the half-time/full-time market. ADO Den Haag have been level at the break in their last three, but PSV will be kicking themselves in they don’t emerge victorious here. We’re backing draw/PSV at a price of 4.5.