Ajax vs Feyenoord live stream: Start Time, TTV channel, kick-off time and team news for Eredivisie clash, Radio, odds and point spread.
AJAX will be looking to the close gap at the top of the Eredivisie table with a win against Feyenoord. Erik ten Hag’s side are five points behind league-leaders PSV Eindhoven after 18 games. Feyenoord, who are currently fifth in the table, enter the clash on the back of a 5-1 victory against Roda.
One of the biggest matches of the year in Holland, De Klassieker between Ajax and Feyenoord, is set for Sunday. De Klassieker, or ‘The Classic’, is the highest profile rivalry in Holland between the Amsterdam and Rotterdam powerhouses. Ajax come into the match nine points clear of Feyenoord in the Eredivisie. Ajax are second, five points behind leaders PSV. Feyenoord are fifth and seven points adrift of third placed AZ.
That leaves both sides needing three points for very different reasons. Ajax need the win to help maintain their title ambitions. Victory for Feyenoord would be a major boost in their efforts to secure European football next season.
Ajax come into the game with a seven games unbeaten streak including six wins. Feyenoord are unbeaten in the their last eights matches but they’ve drawn four of those games. When the sides met back in October in the league, Ajax smashed Feyenoord 4-1 away from home. Indeed, Feyenoord’s last win over Ajax was back in 2015.
Jaguars vs. Patriots: Top Fantasy Bets, Predictions for 2018 AFC Championship The New England Patriots host the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday (3:05 p.m. ET, CBS/CBSSports.com). The Patriots are 7.5-point favorites in the NFL playoffs, down one from the opener. The line had moved as high as 9.5 before concerns over QB Tom Brady’s hand send it diving. Brady returned to practice Friday.
The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 45.5, down from an open of 47. Before you lock in any picks for Jaguars-Patriots, you need to see what Galin Dragiev has to say. Last week, Dragiev told SportsLine readers to back New England -13.5 over Tennessee, saying that the game would “get ugly quickly.” Sure enough, the Patriots built a 21-7 halftime lead en route to a 21-point demolition.
Neither the New England Patriots nor the Jacksonville Jaguars should expect to light up the scoreboard in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.
As Rich pointed out, Jacksonville’s defense is a descendant of Pete Carroll’s cover 3. Defensive coordinator Todd Walsh was in Seattle during the early years of the Legion of Boom, and his current unit in Jacksonville bears resemblance to the Seahawks formidable defense. Of course, no defense is exactly the same, but the general concepts are comparable. New England will likely attack Jacksonville in a similar way they’ve attacked Seattle in the past: exploit the middle of the field with crossing routes and take advantage of favorable matchups with Rob Gronkowski.
Both teams advanced past the divisional round by piling on the points. While the Patriots pummeled the Tennessee Titans’ helpless secondary, the Jaguars surprisingly won a 45-42 thriller over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Despite those divisional-round results, Jacksonville’s suffocating defense should avoid another meltdown. New England, conversely, should adjust the aerial approach from its most recent outing to a run-orientated attack regardless of quarterback Tom Brady’s availability.
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