Goals. That is what Telstar and Jong FC Utrecht yearn for. Both teams have only scored six times in eight games and that explains why they can be found in the lower regions of the first division. In addition to this ‘basement cracker’, you can also listen to the performances of Jong Ajax tonight in NH Sport. The Amsterdam promises are visiting leader PEC Zwolle.
Last week, Telstar scored in the 87th minute on a visit to VVV-Venlo and seemed to be able to add three points again. In the injury time did it still go wrong and the White Lions returned to Velsen-Zuid with a 1-1 draw. The team of trainer Mike Snoei occupies fourteenth place in the first division and has only three points more than last year’s Jong FC Utrecht. In the event of a defeat tonight, the Utrecht team will pass Telstar in the ranking.
The last two seasons went wrong for Telstar against Jong FC Utrecht. The four previous editions were all won by Telstar. The kick-off is at 20:00. You get the report from Edward Dekker.
The North Holland Young Teams will also be in action tonight. Young AZ plays at De Vijverberg against De Graafschap. Normally a difficult away game, but the Doetinchemmers do not play this competition from any side and are in a disappointing nineteenth place. Young AZ is neatly ninth.
Young Ajax will compete against leader PEC Zwolle. The Ajax players are tenth and their performances are erratic. on Monday evening the strong Heracles Almelo was sent 4-0 from the cupboard to the wall. Against ADO The Hague (4-0) and MVV Maastricht (4-1) Coach John Heitinga’s team got a beating himself. It is striking that Jong Ajax only achieved one of the eleven points away from home. Kick-off in Zwolle is at 8 p.m. Erik-Jan Brinkman reports.
The radio broadcast of NH Sport starts at 7 p.m. and lasts until 10 p.m. Presentation: Bart Slim.