The Rotterdam giants are back in the title race following their wins over Ajax and NEC, and will be determined to add three more points to their tally as they chase the leaders
Leerdam, Vlaar, Martins Indi, Nelom
Clasie, Bakkal, El Ahmadi
Schaken, Guidetti, Fernandez
Van der Struijk, Kashia, Kalas, Van Aanholt
Van Ginkel, Van der Heijden, Buttner
Ibarra, Havenaar, Chanturia
Feyenoord coach Ronald Koeman is without the injured Kaj Ramsteijn and Ricky van Haaren, but doesn't have any other noteworthy injury worries.
Defenders Stefan de Vrij is fully match-fit again, but will likely start from the bench as Koeman will hold on to Bruno Martins Indi at centre-back.
Vitesse boss John van den Brom will have to make do without the services of Ghana international Anthony Annan and Ivory Coast star Wilfried Bony due to their Africa Cup of Nations obligations.
Additionally, young midfielder Davy Propper is still unavailable due to a knee problem.
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- Feyenoord are currently sitting joint-fourth in the Eredivisie table with 37 points from 20 matches.
- The hosts have won three out of their last four encounters with Vitesse.
- The Rotterdam giants' first-choice striker John Guidetti (pictured) has the best goals-to-games ratio in the Eredivisie with 14 strikes in as many matches.
- Vitesse are the league's number seven at the moment with 32 points from 20 games.
- Shot-stopper Piet Velthuizen has already kept eight clean sheets in 15 league appearances.
- The away side have scored only seven goals in 10 Eredivisie games away from their own Gelredome so far.