After Thursday’s away win in Austria, Feyenoord can finish off a good week at the office with three points against Roda JC Sunday, now that self-belief is back in the camp on the back of three clean sheets. ‘I hope we can get back to our best step by step,’ said coach Bert van Marwijk ahead of the Eredivisie match in Kerkrade. He will have to do without Kees van Wonderen, who’s out with a hamstring injury.

Van Marwijk seems to have a ready-made replacement in Jorge ‘Kike’ Acuña however. Another new face will surely be Anthony Lurling, who has gained a reputation as an impact substitute in the last three outings, but will surely be itching to get more than a place on the bench at kick-off. Lurling scored soon after coming on against FC Zwolle and RBC Roosendaal, and almost repeated the trick against FC Kärnten, so he looks likely to get the nod ahead of a somewhat blunt Robin van Persie, who has failed to impress in the last two games. Van Marwijk’s team will be otherwise unchanged for what is a tough away game. Shinji Ono didn’t put in the greatest of performances in Klagenfurt, but his coach is totally convinced that the Japanese will turn the corner soon. Holland Casino Eredivisie Roda JC – Feyenoord Sunday 19 October Venue: Parkstad Limburg Stadion Kick-off: 2.30 pm Feyenoord (probable) Zoetebier; Swerts, Van den Berg, Paauwe, De Nooijer; Acuña, Ono, Schreuder, Lurling; Kuyt, Buffel. Last ten meetings Rotterdam 29/5/2003 Feyenoord Roda JC 3 - 1 3/2/2002 Feyenoord Roda JC 5 - 0 5/11/2000 Feyenoord Roda JC 4 - 2 6/2/2000 Feyenoord Roda JC 2 - 1 17/10/1998 Feyenoord Roda JC 0 - 0 Kerkrade 24/8/2002 Roda JC Feyenoord 2 - 2 22/8/2001 Roda JC Feyenoord 0 - 2 29/4/2001 Roda JC Feyenoord 1 - 0 15/10/1999 Roda JC Feyenoord 2 - 1 12/5/1999 Roda JC Feyenoord 1 - 0

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