Aarhus vs Horsens by Isaiah
Aarhus is having mediocre start of the season for their standards, as the team currently stands at eleventh position at the table, having currently 3-3-6 record, which is five points above the rock bottom placed Esbjerg. The team ended previous season as third from behind, so their ambitions are limited for this season, but the team surely wants to avoid any kind of relegation fight at any costs later in the season.
In the most recent game, they lost away from home against Odense 2:1 two weeks ago, mostly due to their lack of effectivity in attack. The team looked quite well on the field and had more of the ball possession, but weren't concrete enough in attack, while the hosts looked more dangerous with the ball to their feet and somehow, maybe a bit more mature looking overall on the field. All the visitors were able was to reduce the deficit in last fifteen minutes of the game with a goal from Amini, even though the result could have been very different on some other day.
Home side will be missing defenders Dino Mikanovic (12/0) and Daniel Pedersen (8/0) who are both suspended, as well as defender Anthony Soares (6/1) and midfielder Chris Ikonomidis (5/0).
Horsens, on the other side, is having more than decent start into the new season, as the team currently stands at seventh position, in the middle of the table together with Sonderjyske. Their record is four victories, five draws and three defeats, which is more than fine for a team that is newly promoted one and aims for safe ending of the season.
In the most recent game, they took a 1:0 victory at home against Esbjerg, breaking their mini streak of three matches without a victory in Superliga. As said, the team is doing more than fine at the moment and looks very dangerous to any opponent. They especially tend to play more risky on the road and their matches usually end up with higher score, when playing on the road. Visitors will miss suspended forward Andre Bjerregaard (12/2), midfielder Joseph Mensah (5/0), while doubtful for this match remain midfielder Lasse Kryger (10/2) and forward Kim Aabech (12/4) who is club's top scorer as well.
Aarhus will be pushing for a victory here and the team will surely set their target to score a goal from the first minute. Knowing Horsens, the team won't settle with defending only and should provide us another interesting match, as they usually do on the road. Three goals could be scored much more easier than what the odds suggest.