Utrecht vs. Feyenoord (Sunday, 11.15am)
Feyenoord have been in good form of late, and they come into the match on a four-game unbeaten run, which is their longest since the turn of the year.
We say: FC Utrecht 2-1 Feyenoord
With qualification for European football on the agenda for the both sides, they have all to play for in this one. Consequently, we expect an end-to-end affair with goals at both ends and in the end, a triumph for the hosts, albeit by a hair's breadth.
Groningen vs. Heerenveen (Sunday, 1.30pm)
Despite their inconsistencies of late, the home side are in still in the hunt to qualify for next season's Europa League, while the visitors are just two points away from the top half.
We say: Groningen 2-1 Heerenveen
The onus to claim all three points will be majorly on the home side, who have bigger aspirations than their visitors. We expect them to rise to the occasion and secure the victory in this one.
VVV-Venlo vs. PSV (Sunday, 1.30pm)
For the visitors, securing second place is now the goal after mixed results in recent weeks have seen them fall off the pace in the race for the title.
We say: VVV-Venlo 1-3 PSV Eindhoven
VVV are low on confidence, which is understandable due to their run of recent results. PSV are not obliged to show any sympathy to their hosts, and we expect them to heap more misery on VVV by claiming all three points in this one.
RKC Waalwijk vs. Ajax (Sunday, 3.45pm)
The away side came out on top in September's reverse fixture at the Johan Cruyff ArenA, where they cruised to a 3-0 win.
We say: RKC Waalwijk 0-4 Ajax
Given the form of both teams coming into the match, it is hard to envisage any other outcome apart from a win for the league leaders, who we expect to coast to a resounding victory.