Ajax have won their last three by an aggregate of 12-1.
Adelaide Utd v Melbourne City - Saturday 09:50, BT Sport ESPN
City edged past Wellington at AAMI Park last time out to maintain their 100% record this term, while Adelaide retained their unbeaten status with a home draw against Victory and so something’ll have to give here. City won their only away game to date in a short trip across Melbourne for the derby but they were poor travellers last term as they went W4-D3-L7 on the road. Adelaide look significantly stronger so far this term and even though they struggled last season, they’ve lost only three of their last 12 on their own patch, with a 2-1 win over City themselves in that time. We’re backing them to repeat the trick and cause City to drop their first points of the season.
Willem v Ajax - Saturday 19:45, Sky Sports Mix
After a horror start that saw them lose their opening four, Willem made it three wins in five with their 1-0 win at Groningen to move them out of the relegation zone. However, they come up against an Ajax side that have won their last three by an aggregate of 12-1, the latest of which was at Feyenoord. Willem have lost three of their four home games but they have managed to score in each and have actually netted in their last 11 at Koning Willem II Stadion, including in a 3-1 defeat against Ajax on the final day of last season. We could well see something similar here – Ajax have kept just two clean sheets in their last 10 on the road and we’re backing Ajax to win and both teams to score.
Vitesse v PSV - Sunday 11:30, Sky Sports
Vitesse are upsetting the Big Three’s dominance in the Eredivisie as their impressive 4-0 win at Heerenveen saw them move up to 3rd. PSV are in excellent form themselves as they top the division having won eight of their nine games, netting 19 in the last four. However, they’ve already lost at Heerenveen, who are the highest placed side they’ve travelled to, and since Vitesse already have a big scalp this term having won at Ajax, we think they can get something from this one too. PSV have won just seven of their last 15 on the road and are now only W4-D4-L2 when travelling to top-half sides since the start of last season. With that in mind, we’d have them closer to evens here and so we’re siding with Vitesse on the double chance.