Ajax Feyenoord Live Stream

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Ajax Feyenoord Live Stream

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Ajax v Feyenoord starting line-ups

  • Ajax players (from): Sinkgraven, Klaassen, Riedewald, Boer, Bruggen, Schone, Rhijn, Fischer, Onana, Hoorn, Younes, Beek, Muric, Serero, Veltman, Dijks, Gudelj, Bazoer, Cerny, Viergever, Tete, Milik, Cillessen, Ghazi
  • Feyenoord team (from): Tapia, Robertha, Ahmadi, Botteghin, Kongolo, Nelom, Elia, Karsdorp, Gustafson, Miazek, Heijden, Toornstra, Vilhena, Kuyt, Hahn, Beek, Basacikoglu, Verdonk, Vejinovic, Nieuwkoop, Kramer, Vermeer, Hansson, Gronsveld, Achahbar, Bijlow, Schuurman

The Eredivisie Table

Netherlands1PSV Eindhoven3484
Netherlands4AZ Alkmaar3459
Netherlands5FC Utrecht3453
Netherlands6Heracles Almelo3451
Netherlands7FC Groningen3450
Netherlands8PEC Zwolle3448
Netherlands11ADO Den Haag3443
Netherlands12SC Heerenveen3442
Netherlands13FC Twente3440
Netherlands16Willem II3429
Netherlands17De Graafschap3423

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