# Netherlands Eredivisie Football Picks

## NETHERLANDS EREDIVISIE |

**NETHERLANDS EREDIVISIE Football Picks** page where you can view all of the picks for the next round of matches.

You can choose between the Footyforecast, Rateform, Simple Sequence, and Win Draw Loss methods by using the dropdown.

The best possibilities for Home Wins, Draws, and Away Wins will be displayed but if the engine thinks none are suitable candidates then you may not see any selections for a particular type of result, i.e. home win, draw, or away win.

At the bottom of the screen you will see a key to what all of the different columns mean and when its available you will also be able to watch the video tutorial that explains how this page works.

Pick a method |

NETHERLANDS EREDIVISIE Picks highlighting the Footyforecast method |

Most Likely HOME WINS In Descending Order: |

# | Date | Home Side | Away Side | FF | RF | WDL | Seq | Sco | Best | SF | FFH | FFA | FFV |
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1 | 20190316 | Nac Breda | Utrecht | 1 | 2 | 1 | 1 | 2-1 | 1 | 1 | 100 | 0 | 100 |

2 | 20190317 | Groningen | Ado Den Haag | 1 | X | X | 1 | 2-2 | 1X | 1 | 100 | 0 | 100 |

3 | 20190315 | Fortuna Sittard | Fc Emmen | 1 | X | X | 1 | 5-1 | 1X | 1 | 100 | 33 | 83 |

4 | 20190316 | Heerenveen | Graafschap | 1 | 1 | X | X | 4-3 | 1X | 1 | 33 | 0 | 66 |

5 | 20190316 | Heracles | Vitesse | 1 | X | 1 | 1 | 3-0 | 1 | 1 | 33 | 0 | 66 |

6 | 20190317 | Excelsior Rotter | Zwolle | 1 | X | 2 | X | 3-5 | X | X | 33 | 0 | 66 |

Most Likely DRAWS In Descending Order: |

# | Date | Home Side | Away Side | FF | RF | WDL | Seq | Sco | Best | SF | FFH | FFA | FFV |
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Most Likely AWAY WINS In Descending Order: |

# | Date | Home Side | Away Side | FF | RF | WDL | Seq | Sco | Best | SF | FFH | FFA | FFV |
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KEY to the picks information |

Item | Description |
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ff | 1x2 forecast as determined by using the footyforecast method. |

rf | 1x2 forecast as determined by using the rateform method. |

wdl | 1x2 forecast as determined by using the win draw loss method. |

seq | 1x2 forecast as determined by using the sequence method. |

sco | 1x2 forecast as determined by using the score prediction method. |

best | 1x2 forecast as determined by using the best method. This is a combination of the above methods.. |

sf | 1x2 forecast as determined by using the superform method. |

ffh | footyforecast method home team value. this is the calculated performance value for the home team which is used by the footyforecast method to calculate the final value. this value is a percentage value between 0 and 100, a value approaching 100 means the team in question has a very good home record, where a team having this value approaching 0 have a very poor home record. |

ffa | footyforecast method away team value. this is the calculated performance value for the away team which is used by the footyforecast method to calculate the final value. this value is a percentage value between 0 and 100, a value approaching 100 means the team in question has a very good away record, where a team having this value approaching 0 have a very poor away record. |

ffv | footyforecast method resulting value representing the predicted outcome. this value is a percentage value between 0 and 100. a value approaching 100 means the outcome is likely to be a home win. a value approaching 0 means the outcome is likely to be an away win, and a value close to 50 is likely to be a draw. |

rfh | rateform method home team value. this is the calculated rateform value for the home team which is used by the rateform method to calculate the final value. this value varies from a starting point of 1000, a value falling below 1000 means the team in question has a falling standard, where a team having a value rising above 1000 has an improving record. |

rfa | rateform method away team value. this is the calculated rateform value for the away team which is used by the rateform method to calculate the final value. this value varies from a starting point of 1000, a value falling below 1000 means the team in question has a falling standard, where a team having a value rising above 1000 has an improving record. |

rfv | rateform method resulting value representing the predicted outcome. a negative value indicates the likelyhood of an away win, the larger the value the more likely the away win. a positive value indicates the likelyhood of an home win, the larger the value the more likely the home win. the closer the value to zero the more likely the result will be a draw. |

rp1 | win draw loss method home win value. this is the calculated win draw loss home win value. this value is a percentage value between 0 and 100 with 100 representing a possible home win and 0 not a home win. |

rp2 | win draw loss method draw value. this is the calculated win draw loss draw value. this value is a percentage value between 0 and 100 with 100 representing a possible draw and 0 not a draw. |

rp3 | win draw loss method away win value. this is the calculated win draw loss away win value. this value is a percentage value between 0 and 100 with 100 representing a possible away win and 0 not a away win. |

sqh | simple sequence method home team value. this is the calculated performance value for the home team which is used by the simple sequence method to calculate the final value. this value is a represents the number of points gained at home over the last n games. |

sqa | simple sequence method away team value. this is the calculated performance value for the away team which is used by the simple sequence method to calculate the final value. this value is a represents the number of points gained away over the last n games. |

sqv | simple sequence method resulting value representing the predicted outcome. this value is the difference between the home team value and the away team value. a value approaching +(points for a win x n) means the outcome is likely to be a home win. a value approaching -(points for a win x n) means the outcome is likely to be an away win, and a value close to 0 is likely to be a draw. |