Brage vs Sandvikens by Sors
Akropolis suffered a 0-4 loss in the visit to Team TG FF on Sunday, which means that Brage won promotion to the Swedish Superettan after an impressive season with eighteen victories and just two defeats in the previous 23 rounds (18-3-2 58/21).
Brage significantly excels most of the teams in this league in terms of experience and individual qualities of the players, so it's not a surprise that Domnarvsvallen has been turned into a fortress this season, as the hosts have recorded ten victories in their previous eleven games here (10-1-0 29/10), five of them with two or even more goals difference.
Bengt Ottosson has a full squad to choose from and although he can make some changes in the starting lineup, Brage will enter the game as favorite for all three points.
Sandvikens comes from a hard-fought 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Vasalunds on Oct. 15, fourth for this team in the last six rounds (4-0-2 9/7) and first under new manager Pelle Olsson.However, three of those four wins came against opponents from the lower half of the standings and what is also important to be noted: Sandvikens has struggled away from home, as the guests lost nine of their previous eleven away games (3-0-8 14/21), including each of their five visits to opponents from the upper half of the standings.
Mohamed Kamara (midfielder) and Rasmus Eriksson (forward / 2 goals) are out due to injuries, while John Junior Igbarumah (midfielder / 3 goals) left the club earlier this month.
I think that the hosts will manage to win that game.
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|Brage Win||William Hill||1.91||8||0-0 LOST (-8 units)|
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