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During the week, Malmo FF made it through to the next round of Champions League qualification. However, the Blue Ones made hard work out of winning a two-legged affair (6-5) against Icelandic club Vikingur Reykjavik. 

For the record, at home, Milos Milosevic’s team struggled to beat a team playing with ten men. After Ingason had been sent off for the visitors on 39 mins, it should have been easy for the team from the south of Sweden. However, after leading 3-1, they allowed their opponent to score a late goal. 

Also, Malmo led the away match 1-3 before, but their opponents scored twice (56 and 74 minutes) for the match to end 3-3. To put that result into perspective, Malmo were odds of 1.22 and 1.67 for the two legs.

In the last round of the league, Milosevic’s men beat 12th and placed Varbergs 3-0. While the then hosts had 27-5 goal attempts, they needed a penalty and late goals at the end of each half for an exaggerated scoreline!

For the most part, we can’t get excited about Malmo. As it stands, the visitors are just 5th in the league table, and when playing away 2-1-3. 

Between the 26th of April and the 15th of May, Norrkoping won 4 of 4 league matches. Since then the Peking are 0-3-2, with the defeats coming against Sirius and Hammarby.

The hosts come into this on the back of a 1-1 draw in Degerfors, and following that match, the club decided to fire Rikard Norling. Meanwhile, Vedran Vucicevic is appointed in a caretaker role, and he will take charge of the team today.

On paper, Malmo has the stronger squad. However, they are poor on the road, and they will be facing a team who wants to impress. Norrkoping won this fixture last season, and Malmo failed to win on their last 4 visits 


Odds: 1.94