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NAC Breda VS Willem II, a closed game

HOL D1NAC Breda VS Willem II, a closed game

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Posted Sun, 15 Apr 2018 10:22:05 GMT        
Holland Eredivisie -- Match Time:4/15/2018 18:30 Sunday (GMT+8) 
NAC Breda  VS  Willem II Livescore | Match Preview | Match Statistics
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NAC Breda: Still not safe ( Recent Form: W W L L W )
NAC Breda is actually floating around the dreaded line all season, but in recent weeks the Brabanders seemed to have really said goodbye to the acute problems. The team of trainer Stijn Vreven is actually unlucky that teams like Roda JC and Sparta Rotterdam suddenly also get a lot of points and as a result there is still pressure from below. The gap with number sixteen Roda JC is currently four points, so there is some breathing space available, but the fact remains that NAC must perform to not yet fall below the mark. Lately it actually works pretty well since three of the last five games were won. Last week, NAC recovered from the defeats against Roda JC and PSV by defeating Vitesse in its own Rat Verlegh Stadium. Angelino opened the score with a free kick and after that goal the NAC managed to keep the zero. The Bredanaars won four of the last seven games for their home crowd and as a result the formation of Vreven will begin with the necessary confidence in the duel with Willem II. Vreven again has to deal with a big injury list this week, but this involves players who have been sidelined for several months because of their injuries. Lucas Schoofs, who made the move to Breda during the winter break, is also not yet available. Incidentally, it is hoped for Vreven that he can have Sadiq Umar. Behind the name of the long attacker is a small question mark due to a slight tibia injury.
 
Willem II: Two red cards in last two games ( Recent Form: L W D W L )
Willem II was last week's last chance to get a good result on a visit to Excelsior, but an early red card from Darryl Lachman eventually threw a spanner in the works. The Tilburg players scored the first loss in a series of four games and now suddenly have to look down on the rankings again. NAC Breda closed the gap with the men of Reinier Robbemond and the gap with the sixteenth place is only four points. Performing in Breda will not be easy, given the disappointing form in away games. The last ten outings resulted in three draws and seven losses. On visiting Excelsior it went wrong as said. Fran Sol had quickly put the Brabanders on a 0-1 lead, but not long after that the game tipped when Lachman was sent off with a direct red card. Luigi Bruins immediately struck by scoring from the spot and later it was Stanley Elbers who threw the game into the final and gave a sour feeling to the Tilburg team. Robbemond will have to puzzle in the defense to come to his best composition. Darryl Lachman is suspended for the derby and Ferando Lewis will have to leave the game due to an injury. Thomas Meissner and Jordens Peters have been sidelined for several months and for them this game is too early.
 
NOWGOAL BETTING VERDICT:
After all, not losing is Sunday afternoon very important and therefore I do not expect both teams to immediately start playing the attack. I expect a closed game and therefore I play under 2.5 goals.
 
NAC Breda  VS  Willem II
 
O/U Pick: Under 2.5 goals

 

NAC Breda  VS  Willem II, a closed game

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