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Sarpsborg 08 last defeated Bodo/Glimt 14 matches ago in 2016. Since then, Bodo/Glimt has dominated the fixture, winning nine times, including the last five consecutive matches. Last season, Bodo/Glimt won both encounters 2-0.

As it stands, Sarpsborg 08 is struggling with a record of 3-1-7, placing them 15th out of 16 in the league standings. With just one home win, they have the poorest home record, including a -10 goal differential at Sarpsborg Stadion. One of their notable home defeats was a 1-7 loss to mid-table HamKam.

The hosts enter this match following consecutive 3-1 defeats to Stromsgodset and Kristiansund. According to the stats from those games, they got away light with the scorelines.

On reflection, despite finishing in the top half of the table for the past three seasons, Sarpsborg’s squad has been weakened by €6.7 million in player sales.

For tonight’s game, Sarpsborg will be without holding midfielder Jeppe Andersen, with Serge-Junior Ngouali and Jo Inge Berget also sidelined. Niklas Sandberg is doubtful due to an ankle sprain.


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Bodo/Glimt, the reigning champions, are top of the league with 27 points, leading Brann on goal difference and five points clear of the chasing pack. Kjetil Knutsen’s team has won five of their six away matches, with a goal aggregate of 15-4, including victories over top-half teams and a 4-1 win against Kristiansund. After a brief dip in form, they bounced back with a 1-0 win in the last round at Haugesund.

Bodo/Glimt’s 30-man squad boasts the highest market value in the division. Despite several injuries, including Omar Elabdellaoui (ligament), Syver Skeide (ligament), Sondre Sorli (ankle), Fredrik Bjorkan (thigh), Daniel Bassi (thigh), Sondre Brunstad Fet (knock), and Runar Espejord (hamstring), the team has ample depth.

Conclusion & Pick

As winners of three of the last four championships, Bodo/Glimt are strong contenders for another title. To achieve this, they must capitalize on matches against weaker opponents like Sarpsborg. Considering their recent 2-0 victories against a stronger Sarpsborg side, Bodo/Glimt should be capable of covering a -1-goal handicap tonight.

Bet: Bodo/Glimt -1 **ASIAN HANDICAP

Odds: 2.09

** ASIAN HANDICAP-1 = If Bodo/Glimt win by exactly one goal, the bet is void and stakes returned. If they win by 2 or more the bet is won. A Sarpsborg win or draw means the bet is lost.


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