Malmo vs Djurgarden by Isaiah
Malmo did not managed to go away from Osters with all three points (1:1), but the result was rather unfair for Malmo who were really better especially to the second half where they created lot of chances to score. The guests had absolute control of the game and more opportunities, but were unable to score.
Anyway, yesterday results came with the best possible way for Malmo, as Helsingborg lost away to Hacken and if Malmo will win today they will have a four points advantage for the title. At home ground Malmo has great presence with seven wins and three draws in eleven games, all of those results combined with excellent performances. Malmo has no major problems to deal with and will field the best lineup, as the only absentee is substitute defender Pa Konate (5 games) that does not affect them.
Djurgarden had a good match in the home clash against Elfsborg, but that's wasn't enough and they lost the game with the score of 1:2, with a goal scored during injury time. This particular defeat not left them behind as they keep a short distance of five points from the positions relegation adventures, and they will hardly face problems this season regarding relegation.
Away from their stadium Djurgarden is facing several problems, as they count only two wins, and those were their last two away fixtures against Norrkoping and bottom placed Syrianska. Key defender Mattias Ostberg (19 games, 1 goal) will miss the game cause of suspension.
I think that motivation will play a big role to this game. Malmo needs to win to take a four points advantage for the title, while Djurgarden has no big things to care for.