Malmo vs Orebro for the Swedish Allsvenskan championship match on Saturday at the Swedbank Stadion.
It has been an excellent campaign for Malmo, who is at the top of the table with a four-point lead over the closest pursuers. Having avoided defeat since April, league leaders will enter this game against a team ranked in the bottom half of the table, the Orebro.
Malmo impressed, but their efforts at home were especially pleasing. Saturday’s hosts reach this game without a home defeat this season while they only lost points in one of their seven matches at the Swedbank Stadion.
From an offensive point of view, league leaders have been very impressive at home as they have scored 19 goals in just seven games, scoring at least twice in all matches. They also did a great job on the other side of the process, suffering only four goals in seven games, keeping three clean sheets.
Orebro as a difficult task. They are only three points above the relegation zone as they enter this match with consecutive losses. However, somewhat strangely, its shape in away games is far from weak. Saturday’s visitors, who won three, drew one and lost two away games, enter this game with the fifth-best record in the away games.
Given that Malmo is the leader of the league, it will be easy to assume that they will fight for victory against a considerably lower side than they in the table, although it is not difficult to conclude that the hosts represent little value at current prices.
In this way, I believe Malmo can win by a margin of over one goal against a team that clearly has other purposes.