By Joe, www.Bettingexpert.com
The Danish league has had a bit of twist and turn in the last couple of rounds. The reigning champion, FCK, is finding life tough in the domestic league simply because of their commitments in Europe and the squad needing to cope with injuries. They will be traveling to North of Jutland to face 2nd place, Aab, at the Energi Nord Arena.
Aab are slowly finding their form. After getting disposed in the UEFA Europa league tournament, Aab have gone through a bit of change and got more focused in the domestic league. They went on an 8 consecutive winning spree until last weekend when Silkeborg surprising won 1-0 at Energi Nord Arena. They responded by thrashing Thisted F.C 3-0 in the Ekstra Bladet Cup in the midweek which sets up nicely for the top match against FCK. Former FCK player, Rasmus Wurtz will serve his one match suspension against FCK. Ronnie Schwartz and Jakob Ahlmann are still injured.
F.C. København is in need for points as they are chasing the league leader, Esbjerg FC, by five points. The reigning champion won 2-1 in their midweek match in the Ekstra Bladet Cup against Helsingor. Coach Stale Solsbakken is trying to get his team back in shape losing his goal keeper, Jesper Christiansen, Mathias Zanka Jorgensen and Hjalte Nørregaard to injuries. The Norwegian coach knows that they have got their confidence back after winning last weekend 3-0 at home against Randers. They will need to increase the tempo of their play in order to put pressure on their opponents to make mistakes.
F.C. København knows that the Energi Nord Arena is no hunting ground for them. They lost 3-2 the last time they met in North of Jutland. It was back in 2006 that FCK tasted victory against Aab at the Energi Nord Arena. It will be a tight affair and a draw should not be a big disappointment for both teams so have a look at Ladbrokes as they are offering odds 3.30 for a draw.
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