BRONDBY vs MIDTJYLLAND – BETTING PREVIEW

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BRONDBY vs MIDTJYLLAND – BETTING PREVIEW

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The last time these clubs met was during last season’s Championship Group. That match in Midtjylland ended in a 1-1 draw, and the reverse game went to the visitors 1-3. 

However, the game on March 25th was ruined after Maxso got himself red carded on 8 minutes. During the main season, home teams won, with the match in this stadium finishing 3-1 to Brondby.

As it stands, neither of these teams has been performing like title contenders. In fact, Midtjylland won just one of their six League matches, while losing two games to Aarhus and Silkeborg.

While the Wolves will be playing in the Europa League, that is compensation for losing out in the Champions League. For the record, Benfica won that two-legged fixture by a 7-2 aggregate.

After such a bad start to the season, a change in management was inevitable. Today’s match will be a first in charge for former Barcelona B head coach Albert Capellas. The Spaniard took over from Henrik Jensen, who in turn filled the place left by Bo Henriksen who replaced Brian Priske. For those struggling with maths, that is the club’s 4th coach in three months.

For tonight’s match, the new boss will be without suspended defender Henrik Dalsgaard. Also, Raphael Onyedika joined Club Brugge, while Jonas Lössl is injured.

Incidentally, during the summer, Midtjylland owner Matthew Benham cashed in over €10 million from player trades. Suffice it to say, that shows a lack of ambition with last season’s runners-up.

Meanwhile, Brondby won just 2 of their 6 games, with the other 4 ending in defeat. Nevertheless, Niels Fredriksen is still the man in charge, and he’s been able to add Daniel Wass to his roster. The 33-year-old Denmark international (43 caps) joined from Atletico Madrid. Incidentally, his first game ended in a 2-0 win over Odense, albeit they then lost in Aalborg.

As for the hosts, unused players Andreas Maxsø, Kevin Mensah and Carl Björk remain out. On a positive note, first-choice goalkeeper Mads Hermansen is in training again. Other players who are in contention for a return are Bias Riveros and Simon Hedlund. 

Home advantage is worth something, and it’s not like the new Midtjylland coach had long to work with his players. There is value in taking Brondby with the draw included.

BET: BRONDBY +0.5 (double chance)

Odds: 1.76