Hammarby vs Malmo (By: Iniestaone)

MFF is having a horrible season so far and I think it'll only get worse tonight in Stockholm. We aren't used to MFF being the underdog against Hammarby but this time they rightfully are.

Hammarby has won 7 games and drawn 1, they are playing excellent football at the moment with Dibba and Hamad producing 6 goals each, Hamad also has 5 assists to his name. Its a very exciting team to watch right now.

Meanwhile, MFF finds themselves on 10th place which is awful for a team that is supposed to be top 3 at any given time. Coach Pehrsson was sacked after the 1-0 loss to Trelleborg and new interim coach is Daniel Andersson. It remains to be seen what this will mean for the forthcoming results, but one thing for certain is that the players did not want Pehrsson to get sacked and captain Rosenberg has publicly spoken of the guilt the squad feels towards Pehrsson.

Another thing that speaks for a Hammarby win is that Malmö travels to Stockholm without first keeper Dahlin. Fredrik Andersson will stand between the goal posts tonight, like he did against Trelleborg who scored on their one and only shot on goal. Andersson has been the second choice for three years now, he was also the backup keeper for Wiland, and he has only made 6 starting appearances and was subbed in one time. I think he will struggle alot against Hammarby's attacking trio and concede at least one time, and that is if he has a good day.

I am a huge fan of my home team but I don't see the turnaround coming just yet. I expect a loss for Malmö.

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Hammarby vs Malmo predictions

Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Hammarby Bet365 2.29 8 3-2 WON (+10.32 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
Hammarby vs Malmo betting preview represents the personal opinion of the author (Iniestaone).
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Comments (2)
You are wrong ! Wiland is in the goal..that changes!
05/16/2018 - 17:06
Haha yeah, he is in the goal... for Hammarby
05/16/2018 - 18:32
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