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MVV vs Zwolle Prediction, Betting Odds & Free Tips 27/02/2023


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After dropping their unbeaten streak, Zwolle travels to Maastricht for their next league engagement on Monday, 27 February. MVV have also struggled recently with consecutive defeats in the second division.

Zwolle to Win

Maastricht have registered only one victory in the last eight attempts and conceded six defeats in that course. MVV have also lost their undefeated pattern at home with a loss against Heracles in the previous hosting duel. On the other hand, Zwolle has earned three victories in the recent five away league attempts, losing only one. Bluefingers have also defeated Maastricht in the previous three visiting H2Hs in a row. Therefore, we set Zwolle as our favourite to take the lead in this game.

Both Teams to Score

Maastricht have found the back of the net in three of the recent five attempts while allowing goals in all of them. On the other hand, Zwolle has also missed the target in only one of the recent five outings in the league. Bluefingers have also conceded goals in four of those attempts. Furthermore, three of the recent five H2Hs of these teams at the home of MVV have ended with both teams scoring at the same time. Hence, a BTTS pattern will be our second pick for this game.

1-2 to Zwolle

Maastricht have scored more than once in three of the recent five outings but they have a strong defensive challenge. Zwolle have allowed more than once in only one of the last five games and conceded only three goals in the previous five H2Hs against Maastricht. On the scoring end, Bluefingers scored at least twice in three of the recent five games and had the same pattern against Maastricht previously. So we can expect the visitors to confirm a 1-2 lead at the end of this duel.

MVV vs Zwolle Fixture Preview

MVV

MVV continued their winless pattern in the away outings with a 4-2 defeat against Jong Ajax. The team has registered a total of 11 wins and five draws in the 25 league games which placed them in the eighth position on the points table. All of the players will be ready to make an appearance in this game.

Zwolle

Bluefingers lagged in the defensive end in the last game featured a 3-1 defeat against Den Haag, allowing two goals in the first eleven minutes. Zwolle are six points clear at the top of the table, having 18 wins in the  25 attempts. The manager Dick Schreuder will have zero players on the injury list ahead of this game.

Best betting odds for MVV vs Zwolle

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Head to Head

14/12/21

Netherlands Cup Netherlands

PEC Zwolle

Maastricht

4

0

Last Five - Maastricht2976

05/02/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2954

Roda JC

2976

Maastricht

2

1

L

27/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2963

FC Den Bosch

2976

Maastricht

3

3

D

24/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2972

Telstar

2976

Maastricht

5

3

L

13/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2966

ADO Den Haag

2976

Maastricht

2

1

L

06/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2949

De Graafschap

2976

Maastricht

2

2

D

Last Five - PEC Zwolle2971

06/02/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

46160

Ajax Reserves

2971

PEC Zwolle

0

0

D

30/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2954

Roda JC

2971

PEC Zwolle

1

2

W

27/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2978

Top Oss

2971

PEC Zwolle

1

4

W

20/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2980 1

VVV

2971

PEC Zwolle

0

2

W

15/01/23

Netherlands Eerste Divisie EER

2977

Heracles

2971

PEC Zwolle

0

3

W

FAQ about MVV vs Zwolle

MVV vs Zwolle
When is the kick-off time? 19:00 GMT on 27 February.
What was the last H2H result? 1-0 to MVV.
Who are the players to watch? Ruben van Bommel (MVV) and Thomas van den Belt (Zwolle).

About the author

Owais Khan

Profiling the beautiful game for over a decade, Awais is a business analyst turned sports writer. He has covered football in the maidans of Pakistan and has transitioned to watching 1860 Munich in 3. Liga.