This is my first time covering the Danish league so go easy on me if you feel that I haven’t covered all the basics for all you betting tipsters out there. My first match concentrates to the two legged horse race at the top of the Danish SAS League between FC København and Brøndby. The rivalry between these two teams has made a comeback after Brøndby’s turbulent past two seasons. Brøndby has made improvements while for the past few years with the exception of last year’s winner of the SAS League Aalborg, FC København dominated Danish Football. This season FCK has found its rhythm and they travel to Aarhus with a 3 point lead and a better goal difference at the top of the league compare to Brøndby.
FCK has had a great season so far in Europe and in the domestic league. They were knocked out by Manchester City in the last 32 of the UEFA cup and now currently leading the SAS ligaen by 3 points. They could be leading with 6 points at the end of their match if they are to overcome Aarhus (GF) away and Brøndby will slip in their match. FCK usually has a good hold of AGF at the NRGi Park and it is proven statistically where AGF has not beaten FCK at home since 31 July 2000. A point is most likely secure from this point of view but FCK title ambition would mean a 3 point at NRGi Park is a must. FCK will field their strongest 11 on the day and they will welcome back Jesper Christiansen, Oscar Wendt, Jesper Gronskjaer, Atiba Hutchinson and Cesar Santin as they were rested against FC Nordvest 4-0 win away in the Danish Cup. Coach Stale Solsbakken will have some few players to choose from in the midfield, Thomas Vingaard and Thomas Kristensen returns to the squad in good form.
AGF is competing for the mid tables of the SAS ligaen and from last year’s result, this year has been an improvement. They didn’t have a great start to the season and they have only registered 1 win out of 7 try after the winter break. The game against the current leader of the league will see a full NRGi Park to support Erik Rasmussen boys. Rasmussen will be without Dan Thomassen, Frederik Krabbe and top scorer Peter Graulund due to suspension. The Question now is where are the goals going to come from? AGF will have in their back of their minds that FCK defeated them twice this season already. They would like to end the year at least doing their best to make it interesting for two legged horse race at the top.
FCK would most likely make 3 wins out of 3 tries against AGF this season. FCK is certainly the team to beat at the moment as they have been playing good football and winning games by 2 to 4 goals margins. So expect goals when FCK plays. I cannot see anything but a FCK victory here and an away win will give you odds at 1.33 with Bet365.com.