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PSV Eindhoven v Ajax starting line-ups

  • PSV Eindhoven players (from): Propper, Schwaab, Moreno, Paal, Poulsen, Narsingh, Koch, Jozefzoon, Guardado, Bergwijn, Brenet, Koopmans, Pasveer, Ritzmaier, Locadia, Alberto, Jong, Isimat-Mirin, Hendrix, Pereiro, Zoet, Arias, Wijs, Jurjus, Vloet, Maher, Willems
  • Ajax team (from): Serero, Boer, Cillessen, Sinkgraven, Dijks, Cerny, Riedewald, Younes, Beek, Ghazi, Bazoer, Milik, Dolberg, Nouri, Viergever, Muric, Onana, Gudelj, Schone, Tete, Veltman, Cassierra, Klaassen, Jong, Westermann

The Eredivisie Table

Netherlands1PEC Zwolle00
Netherlands2PSV Eindhoven00
Netherlands4FC Twente00
Netherlands5SC Heerenveen00
Netherlands9FC Utrecht00
Netherlands10AZ Alkmaar00
Netherlands12Sparta Rotterdam00
Netherlands13Heracles Almelo00
Netherlands14Willem II00
Netherlands16ADO Den Haag00
Netherlands17Go Ahead Eagles00
Netherlands18FC Groningen00

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