NORWAY ELITE PLAY-OFF TIP

Norway Elite Play-Off Tip. Sanderfjord vs Kongsvinger. A solid bet for tonight, and we want to share it with site visitors.

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NORWAY ELITE PLAY-OFF TIP

NORWAY ELITE PLAY-OFF TIP

SANDERFJORD vs KONGSVINGER

By finishing 6th in the table, Kongsvinger scraped into the OBOS league playoffs. Subsequently, the KIL beat Sandnes, KFUM Oslo, and Start to make it into the decider.

For the record, Eirik Mæland’s team was the betting outsider in all three matches. Also, in the last round, they beat Start with ten men after Trace Murray was sent off in 29 minutes. 

To say that Kongsvinger rode their luck against Start is an understatement! In fact, their opponents must be doing a lot of soul-searching after missing numerous chances. There is no doubt that the man of the match was the KIL’s goalkeeper August Stromberg. The 33-year-old pulled off several reflect saves before Gerson converted an 88th-minute penalty.

On the back of a 13-7-10, Kongsvinger finished the main season with 46 points. However, that is 35 fewer points than champions Brann, and they were recently beaten 4-0 by Skied. Lastly, the visitors have two players suspended for tonight. As we mentioned, Trace Murray was red-carded against Start, and in the 10th minute of injury time Fredrik Holme picked up a 2nd yellow card.

Meanwhile, after coming from two goals down to draw with Haugesund, Sandefjord was able to make this play out. Ultimately, the Boys needed 89th and 92nd-minute goals to force a draw and stay one point ahead of relegated Kristiansund.

During that match against an already relegated Jerv, there was a lot of finger-pointing. Goalkeeper Jacob Storevik should have done better with the first goal. Whereas, 4 minutes later Jansen failed to clear an easy cross. Nevertheless, with nothing to lose, Odegaard’s team should be given credit for making a comeback.

In conclusion, the boys are facing a weakened team. While they are fortunate to be in the decider, the same comment applies to the visitors. We won’t be looking beyond the obvious, namely a team from a higher division with all the advantages!

BET: SANDERFJORD 

Odds: 1.94