And as demand is quite poor will have to turn our eyes and little by lower echelons. And perhaps most spectacular of which is the Netherlands where many hopes Batavia evolves. In one of the matches scheduled for the 8th stage from Jong Ajax, that coach is former Romanian international George Ogararu will face the FC Oss. The game is scheduled to begin at 19:00 and will be played at Sportpark De Toekomst in Amsterdam. I am counting on a highly spectacular confrontation as are many in this league. What do you think? In the following you will get details about the two teams but also a prediction.
After a good start dropped the pace a little and fell to 6.
They collected 13 points in 7 rounds and are just 4 behind leader PSV Jong.
Won 4 times so far, with Achilles ’29, Fortuna Sittard, Den Bosch and Omniworld.
They have one draw, at home to Emmen and lost 2 times with Maastricht and Waalwijk.
The attack is by far one sensational best of Dutch second echelon with 21 successes.
Second team of PSV and NAC Breda ranking followers but six minus offensives.
Defending earned enough goals but is 6th in the league with 10 goals conceded.
Unfortunately for them do not have a very good start to the season and are 16th with 7 points after 7 rounds.
They won only 2 times so far with FC Eindhoven and Helmond Sport at home.
And once drew with Dordrecht away, and the number reached 4 infragerilor.
The attack was done quite bad and have scored only 11 times before.
Only Achilles ’29, Emmen, Dordrecht and Utrecht II have scored fewer times than them.
About Defense can say that was done better, it is 13th in the league with 13 goals conceded.
Only 6 times were met so far and the second team of Ajax is a slight advantage.
They have 3 wins against just 1 of FC Oss, while two matches ended in a draw.
Jong Ajax has not lost to FC Oss 5 matches and 3 of them have won.
The last victory of FC Oss came in a game all the Eerste Divisie, in August 2013.