Top three in Holland go on the road
This weekend is Sinterklaas, the day of Christmas gift-giving, but it remains to be seen who will get the biggest presents in the Eredivisie.
The top three clubs all go on the road following midweek Europa League exertions, and although top two FC
A 1-0 home loss to Europa League Group H leaders Fenerbahce means
But their European struggles continue to contrast with strong domestic form, as they remain unbeaten and have won 10 in a row in the Eredivisie.
McClaren’s men will be confident of continuing that run against an
“We should have scored and also kept a clean sheet,” he said.
“I think that given our two games against Fenerbahce, we deserve to continue, but we will need to prove that in Bucharest.
“All our tough games we have now played,” he said. “Our competitors cannot say that.”
Such comments have no doubt been seen by the
The Sinterklaas celebrations means there are no games on Saturday, with four matches tomorrow night instead.
At the other end of the table, 17th-placed
Sunday’s other games see fourth-placed