Well off the pace in the league and already out of European competition, this competition represents the reigning Dutch champions’ only opportunity to salvage a disappointing season.
Having run out 2-1 winners when the sides previously met at this ground last February, Feyenoord are priced at 8/5 (3.60) with dabblebet to make it through to the final four.
However, Phillip Cocu’s men are 16 points clear of their opponents at the top of the Eredivisie and on offer at 6/4 (2.50) to underline their superiority here.
None of the last 17 encounters between these teams have resulted in draws, but there are odds of 23/10 (3.30) available on this one remaining all square after 90 minutes.
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Both managers have fully fit squads to choose from, with Robin Van Persie gunning for a first start since rejoining the club two weeks ago.
Van Persie has had to settle for a place on the bench in both matches since returning to his hometown club, thanks to the prolific form of Steve Berguis and Nicolai Jorgensen.
The strikers boast 25 goals between them so far this campaign, with 11 of those coming in their team’s last seven fixtures in front of their own fans.
With a frontline in that form, De club aan de Maas look well placed to cause some problems for an away team that has conceded seven goals in the last four on the road.
However, De Boeren have averaged over two goals per away match this season, so should be more than capable of ensuring some goalmouth action of their own.
Tips and Predictions
Everything considered, odds of 3/4 (1.75) offer solid value on over 2.5 goals being scored for Feyenoord’s fifth home game in six, and a fifth in six away matches for PSV.