HAMMARBY – MALMO PREDICTION (17.05.2017)

HAMMARBY – MALMO PREDICTION (17.05.2017)

Hammarby IF vs Malmö FF: Preview & Prediction

There are undoubtedly two sargade teams that collide on Wednesday night. Malmö FF – who went on no less than two red cards last – gets up to the capital to get Hammarby IF, who has several key players on the injury list. This will obviously characterize the match image.

Hammarby will definitely be able to manage without the important outer back Birkir Mar Saevarsson, who pulled a shutdown. In addition, there is a lot of dreams with players who have various problems with injuries, including key players like Jiloan Hamad – who certainly likes to play against his old club – and Johan Persson. At present, these two seem to be resting.

At the time of writing, it is also unclear whether midfielder Joseph Aidoo, Romulo and Stefan Batan come to play. The hope is that at least the first two will be able to play. Mario Musa is reported to have broken his contract with the club and therefore does not play.

Malmö FF is known to be Swedish football’s by far the widest squad. It’s something that the scouts need to take advantage of here. Indeed, before this tough roadmap, much of the backline is gone because of damage and shutdowns. Franz Brorsson and Behrang Safari are suspended after their respective red cards last. In addition, Pa Konate is unavailable due to damage. Nor can Yoshimar Yotun participate after the Peruvian national team got his third yellow card at the latest. This opens for an outdated solution in the back line, where Oscar Lewicki is expected to play midfield and Andreas Vindheim believes his first start for the season.

In the offensive, it looks as strong as usual. There, Magnus Pehrsson has a whole lot of class picks to choose and wreck. Given the frequent play schedule and the fact that this match is played on a hard plastic matte it is unclear whether Markus Rosenberg is playing. That he would do 90 minutes feels at least highly doubtful. Injuries and shutdowns, despite the fact that Malmö FF can form a strong team, not least in the offensive. Magnus Wolff Eikrem, last year’s best player in Allsvenskan, is probably very good to finally play again. Equity savings.
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If we focus on the game itself, there is no doubt whatsoever about which team will get in touch as a favorite. Despite the fact that the backline is saddled, there is enough quality in this Malmö FF to pick home a three-point winner here. It is the obvious goals of the tournament with the match.

The active press game has proved very useful during the season start, something that has been clear in the second half of the matches so far. There, MFF has been very strong and so often settled late in the matches. It should be said that even Hammarby did a couple of great achievements in the second half, but if we compare Bajen and Malmö, there are two teams with completely different squad conditions. It should be noted.

Hammarby IF vs Malmö FF: Direct Matches

Although Michelsen has received more discipline in Hammarby this season, there are clear deficiencies in the team. It’s easy to hurt them. If game-savvy players like Jiloan Hamad and destructively talented players such as Johan Persson are not available, they will notice. Malmö will benefit from this and put a high pressure. A couple of new players will get the chance from start and can be believed to have big legs.

The feeling is that Malmö makes a goal-based impression here. Given the rugged backline we do not dare to go on the straight two, because this might equally end up with Hawaiian football in both directions. 2-2? 2-3?

Hammarby IF vs Malmö FF: Betting Tips

Both teams to score / YES – Odds: 1.70
Over 2,5 goals – Odds: 1.80