Paul Robinson thinks that he's spotted some value in Holland this evening as he thinks that PSV can be opposed at such short odds.
"Phillip Cocu’s side have only been beaten twice, but they’ve drawn seven of their 26 matches and three of those came at home."
PSV v Vitesse
Saturday March 18, 18:45 GMT
Live on Sky Sports Interactive
After winning the Dutch Eredivisie last year, PSV haven't put up too much of an impressive defence of their title. With only eight games to go, they are eight points adrift of Feyenoord at the top and four behind Ajax in second.
Phillip Cocu's side have only been beaten twice, but they've drawn seven of their 26 matches and three of those came at home. They were also beaten on this ground by Feyenoord and while they've won seven on the bounce in front of their own fans, they have shown vulnerability this term.
Today they welcome Vitesse to the Philips Stadion with the visitors sitting in sixth place. They thrashed Sparta Rotterdam 5-0 when they were last in action and that was a much needed tonic after a disappointing spell that saw them lose three in four.
I'm not suggesting that Henk Fraser's men are certainties to get a result this evening but they've only lost four times away from home all season and two of their last three road trips have ended in victory.
2017 P/L (1pt each bet)
Wagered: 56 pts
Returned: 54.43 pts
P/L: -1.57 pts