ADO Den Haag are second from bottom in the Dutch Eredivisie while visitors PSV Eindhoven are fifth.
Den Haag lost a 1-0 lead to fall 4-2 at Sparta Rotterdam, further worsening their league woes. Shaquile Pinas had set the team on the path to victory eighteen minutes into the match but Sparta equalized five minutes later and went on to add two more goals by the half time break.
Crysencio Summerville gave the visitors some hope of a come back in the sixty eighth minute, but the game ended after Sparta's Abdou Harroi added one more in the last minute.
At home, Den Haag are above average having secured two wins and three draws in their last six matches across all competitions. And since some of the draws were against stong performers Vitesse Arnhem and Willen II Tiburg, there is nothing stopping them from repeating the feat against PSV.
The visitors travel for the match after beating fourth-placed Willen 3-0, a match in which the goals were netted by Denzel Dumfries and Ryan Thomas with the rout being boosted by a Mike Ndayishimiye own-goal.
On the road, things are thick for PSV who have only won once in six matches across all competitions, when they beat GVVV in extra time of a Dutch Cup second round match.
But with PSV having triumphed in all of their last three matches against Den Haag by scoring thirteen goals, it is likely that they will continue the feat in the current game.
PSV may not be playing well on the road but they are not the type to lose to Den Haag. Current form and league experience gives the visitors an advantage and with the hosts appearing shaky for most of this season, all indicators point at an away-team victory.