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Honorary Division

Who wins Honorary Division 2017/2018?

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The 2017–18 Eredivisie season is the 62nd season of the top-tier Dutch League Eredivisie since its establishment in 1955. The first match of the 2017/18 season in the Eredivisie will take place on August 11, 2017. This was released by the KNVB in a press release on Friday afternoon. The season is traditionally opened by the battle for the Johan Cruyff Scale. This match will be completed on August 5th. The tournament for the KNVB Cup will start on September 19, 2017, while the final will be on the program in De Kuip on April 22, 2018. The Jupiler League is also starting on the weekend of 19, 20 and 21 August. The new Eredivisie season will be completed over 31 weekends and three midweek rounds, the Jupiler League has 34 weekends in which is being played and four Monday's. In both competitions there is a winter break from 25 December to 11 January. Now it is clear what games are being played next season in the Eredivisie and the Jupiler League will start the KNVB with the completion of the league. This takes into account the qualifying dives of the Dutch team and the start of the World Cup 2018 in Russia. All competitions must be completed no later than three weeks before that tournament. Check out the full calendar of events for the 2017/18 season.

FEYENOORD

Feyenoord’s season went phenomenal as they won the Eredivisie season last year. A promising title run began the season, followed by excellent form around Christmas, seeing them taking impressive lead at the points table. Feyenoord have one of the best attacking force in the whole league with the like of Toornstra, Jorgensen, and El Ahmadi. A solid defense with a great goal keeper like Jones is already showing the results of this season making the top favorites to win.

Prediction : 1st

AJAX

After an amazing run in UEFA Europa League, Ajax are keen to perform well in this Eredivisie season as well as UEFA Europa League. Peter Bosz has impressed the critics by taking his squad to Europa League final against Manchester United. With defencive partnership of Sanchez and Veltman, Attack force of Klaassen, Ziyech and Dolberg, Ajax are confident to win the league next season.

Prediction: 2nd

PSV EINDHOVEN

Ultimately it was PSV who was the main focus last season being in UEFA Champions League last year but the competition was quite tough in the group stages and PSV were unable to win a single game against Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and Rostov. The proven talent of Andrés Guardado, Hector Moreno and Luuk De Jong will be the key in making PSV to compete for the title this year.

Prediction: 3rd