Eskilstuna vs Goteborg IFK by Iniestaone
Odds are dropping on Eskilstuna to win. The market opened at 4.00 on a home win in average, Bet365 opened with 5.00 on Eskilstuna. I believe the odds will keep dropping because it should not be over 4 times the money for Eskilstuna to fight out a win here.
As expected, Eskilstuna find themselves at the bottom of the table, placed last with 15 points in 24 matches. They are still not technically relegated as Jönköping - who are occupying the qualification spot - are 9 points ahead of them with one match more played. Should Eskilstuna win this, they'll shrink the deficit to 6 points and surpass Halmstad on the table.
If Eskilstuna's miserable season was expected, then Göteborg's is the opposite of that. They find themselves placed 10th, 7 points above Jönköping and 13 points below a European qualification spot. Göteborg's last league win came in mid August, since then they've gathered 3 points in 6 matches and I don't see them finding motivation to gain 3 points against Eskilstuna away when those points won't change much for them.
Eskilstuna's last match was a 3-2 win away at Örebro, an amazing effort where they were dominated in the first half and lost it 1-2, only to come back as a completely different team in the second and win the match 3-2. Eddhari scored his 7th and 8th goal of the season in that match. A win like that can truly inspire this team to push through, especially when they are facing a team that has nothing to play for.
The hosts have no absences except for Mauricio Albornoz but he hasn't even made his debut yet, while Göteborg are missing talented Vajeba Sakor.
Eskilstuna has scored 22 goals this season, 15 of them have been by Eddhari and Touray who are both ready and will most likely start in a double striker formation tomorrow. Out of the 15 points Eskilstuna has taken this season, 10 have been at home.
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|Eskilstuna||Bet365||4.20||6||1-0 WON (+19.2 units)|