Lillestrom vs Bodo-Glimt by Sors
Lillestrom is a team with many young players in the squad, but most of them already have the necessary experience from the last season and the fact that Runar Kristinsson can count on almost the same players compared to last campaign can be considered as prerequisite for better results this season.
The hosts began 2016 with a 1-1 draw in the visit to Start last Sunday, in a game in which they played well (especially during the first half) and could have won even three points.
However, the hosts have been pretty solid on this stadium over the last two campaigns (10-2-3 33/12 in 2014 and 9-3-3 26/18 in 2015) and there are enough reasons to believe that this tendency will continue in 2016.
Unlike Lillestrom, Bodo/Glimt is a team with completely new look compared to last season: nine players left in December and January, while other nine players have signed with the club in this period.
Bodo/Glimt is already without Pavel Londak (first goalkeeper), Zarek Valentin (def. / 1 goal last term), Yakhya Sane (def.) and Alexander Sorloth (forw. / 13 goals last term), while the new signings could need more time to adapt to the style of their new team.
In the matter of fact, the guests began the new campaign with a 2-0 win at home against Sogndal last Sunday, but Sogndal is newly promoted team in this league, while now they’ll have much difficult test away from home and against an opponent with ambitions for a place at top 6.
Frode Kippe (d / 0+0) and Marius Lundemo (m / 0+0) are out for Lillestrom, while the guests will be without Morten Konradsen (m / 0+0).
I think that Lillestrom will manage to win three points from this match.
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