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When is the Ajax-PSV match, what time is it, on which channel?

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The 10th week of the Eredivisie will be the scene of a huge match, Ajax and PSV will share their trump cards. Ajax led the week with 22 points. PSV is following its arch-rival with 21 points. The home team aims to widen the point gap and return home to the guest team in the leadership seat. When is the Ajax-PSV match, what time is it, on which channel? The answers to the questions, possible 11’s and 90 minutes before the details are in our news.

Ajax and PSV will face each other in the most important match of the 10th week of the Eredivisie . With 7 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, Ajax is sitting in the leadership seat with 22 points. With 7 wins and 2 losses, PSV continues to follow its arch-rival with 21 points. Ajax, under the management of Erik ten Hag, aims to reach 3 points at home and increase the point difference to 4. PSV under Roger Schmidt aims to win away and return home as the leader.

When is the Ajax-PSV match, what time is it, on which channel?

Turkish-Dutch referee Serdar Gözübüyük will moderate the Ajax-PSV match, which will be played at the Johan Cruyff Arena. There is no broadcaster of the critical match that will start at 17:45 CEST today

Ajax-PSV possible Line Ups:

Ajax: Pasveer, Mazraoui, Timber, Schuurs, Blind, Gravenberch, Klaassen, Berghuis, Kudus, Tadic, Haller

PSV: Drommel, Mwene, Ramalho, Boscagli, Max, Sangare, Ginkel, Götze, Madueke, Gakpo, Zahavi

Sean Klaiber and Maarten Stekelenburg in Ajax and Ritsu Doan and Richard Ledezma in PSV will not be able to play in the tough match due to their injuries.

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A Dutch sport since 18th century: Fierljeppen

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A Dutch sport since 18th century Fierljeppen

The current practice of a sport that dates back to the 18th century in the Netherlands has caused exciting moments. The interesting sport called ‘Fierljeppen’ is based on climbing over the water as high as possible on a wooden pole.

This method, which was used by Dutch farmers in the past to cross water channels, continues to exist as an interesting sport today.

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A football match in the Netherlands finished 37-1!

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 In a football match played in The Hague, Netherlands, 38 goals were scored, 37 from a single team!

 The away team SV Houtwijk won the match between SV Houtwijk and HMSH by 36 goals. According to NOS’s report, with this very different win, SV Houtwijk took a big step towards the title.
 
When the first 45 minutes were up, the sign was showing 17-0. HMSH, who got a red card and injured the goalkeeper in the second half, conceded 20 goals in the second half.
 
SV Houtwijk increased its average to 71 with 37 goals scored in a single match. Sharing the top with Houtwijk and leading with an average difference of 76, MSV’71, another team in the league, is not very happy with the result.
 
MSV’71’s Martin van Zweden said he has serious doubts about the outcome of the match and will report the situation to the Royal Dutch Football Association KNVB.

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Feyenoord vs Roma in Conference League final

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Feyenoord, one of the Dutch football clubs, will face Roma in the UEFA Europa Conference League final tonight. The final will start in Tirana, the capital of Albania, at 21:00 Dutch time.

 
The European Conference League is being held for the first time this year. The Conference League ranks as European football’s third-largest club-level tournament, after the Champions League and the European Cup.
 
Feyenoord faced the French team Marseille in the semi-finals. The rival of the Dutch team, Roma, was able to pass Leicester City and qualified for the final.
 
The match will be watched collectively in various parts of Rotterdam. These are: De Kuip, Stadhuisplein, Willemsplein, Binnenrotte, Noordplein, Café Steyn, Oude Haven and Café Mitchie.
 
Feyenoord will also broadcast the match in their own stadium. In the event to watch the final match, all tickets for the stadium with a capacity of 48 thousand were sold.
 
The match will be broadcast on ESPN.

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