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Live football streaming: Watch Vitesse v Ajax in the Eredivisie
A huge match opens Sunday in Holland’s Eredivisie as 5th-place Vitesse host 3rd-placed Ajax in a match both sides need to win to maintain their momentum at the top of the table.
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Vitesse need a win, no matter the cost.
After starting the season in top form, lead by their mercurial cetre-forward Wilfried Bony, Vitesse slumped as the new year came around leaving them arriving to the match with Ajax with three defeats and one draw in the last four league matches.
Vitesse, however, remain shorn of their star striker as Bony competes in the African Cup of Nations this month. Bony’s loss is clearly a major setback for Vitesse after the attacker scored twice in the reverse fixture back in Amsterdam in November.
Brazilian forward Jonathan Reis (7 goals in 19 games) will lead the home attack, while former Chelsea man Gael Kakuta should start in midfield.
While Vitesse falter, Ajax sore.
Ronald De Boer’s side as currently firing on all cylinders having struggled in the earlier part of the campaign, and having thumped Feyenoord 3-0 last time out the Amsterdammers will be full of belief of picking up the win in Arnhem.
With Siem de Jong, Viktor Fischer, Cristian Erikson, Ajax’s famed youth policy once again appears to be producing players of the highest calibre, and having won seven (and drawn one) of their last eight games all signs point to an Ajax win on Sunday.
- Updated: January 26, 2013