Match Preview: Heerenveen 3-2 Vitesse Prediction and Betting Tips 29.11.2019

Heerenveen – Vitesse Predictions

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Heerenveen 3-2 Vitesse

Date: 29.11.2019 | Match at: 20:00 | League: NETHERLANDS: Eredivisie – Round 15 | Tip: Under 3.5 Goals | Odds: 1.57 | Bookie: 1xbet


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Despite picking up fewer points at home than all but four other sides in the league, Heerenveen remain unbeaten here at the Abe Lenstra (W2, D5), albeit at the expense of entertainment. This stadium has produced a league-low 12 goals so far (1.71 per-match on average), which is well below the league average of 3.37.
In spite of the lack of goals here, the hosts have only seen one goalless first half in seven games (HT: W2, D3, L2). Overall, the first half here averages 1.14 goals per game, whilst the second averages just 0.57. Moreover, Heerenveen are normally a well-behaved outfit and have received a league-low 13 bookings (0.93 per-match on average) to date.
Losers in four consecutive league games, Vitesse are the joint-worst form side across the last five Eredivisie rounds. Club manager Leonid Slutsky has drawn both of his H2Hs with Heerenveen, and intriguingly, neither of those games saw a scoreless first half.
The majority of Eredivisie matches won by either side in Vitesse games have been settled by a 2+ goal margin – 57.14% of victories, and 60% of defeats. On a cautionary note though, it must be noted that Vitesse are yet to score an equalising goal after falling behind (on three occasions) away from home.
Players to watch: Heerenveen’s Chidera Ejuke has scored three of their last five home league goals, including two of their four second-half home goals.
Vitesse’s Nouha Dicko has scored two first-half goals across their last four away games, and has featured with a goal in each of their last two away victories.
Stat attack: Heerenveen have been involved with five of the 14 overall 1-1 draws in the Eredivisie this season (35.71%).
Both of Leonid Slutsky’s H2Hs with Heerenveen have seen the ‘Super Frisians’ score the opening goal.
Vitesse have lost at both half-time/full-time and conceded 2+ goals in each of their last four Eredivisie matches.