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Ajax v Feyenoord: Watch a Live Stream of De Klassieker – available in UK (18/08/2013)
Ajax v Feyenoord is historically the most important game in Holland and this season it comes early – just three weeks into the Eredivisie season.
With PSV having got off to a perfect start (3 wins from 3 matches) this looks a crucial game for Ajax and Feyenoord. Kick off at the Amsterdam ArenA is at 11:30 UK time.
Bet365 are showing Ajax v Feyenoord live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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Ajax v Feyenoord is available via the Bet365 streaming service in the UK and Ireland. Everywhere else on the planet is also fine. Including: Holland, Canada, Spain, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia.
The Dutch champions will be looking to bounce back after losing 3-2 at AZ last weekend and they will hold the full support at home with away fans banned.
Ajax will though be without Siem de Jong (collapsed lung) and Ricardo van Rhijn (suspension). Frank de Boer will be relying on the likes of Christian Eriksen, Viktor Fischer and Bojan Krkic, who has yet to truly sparkle in Holland yet.
Feyenoord have had a shocking start, tasting defeat in both Eredivisie games, to PEC Zwolle in the opener, followed by a 4-1 home loss to FC Twente last weekend.
They will be without promising central defender Stefan de Vrij due to suspension and will be fearing the worst going into De Klassieker.
Much will depend on Tonny Vilhena, Jordy Clasie and Graziano Pelle – three potential stars of the future – the latter of whom seemingly always scores on a Sunday.
- Updated: August 17, 2013