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Haugesund VS Tromso IL, go for hosts

NOR D1Haugesund VS Tromso IL, go for hosts

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Posted Sun, 14 Jul 2019 09:37:19 GMT        

Match Time: 7/14/2019 23:59 Sunday (GMT+8)

Norwegian Tippeligaen --- Haugesund VS Tromso IL

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Haugesund are missing Benjamin Karamoko, Anthony Ikedi, Alexander Stolas, Joakim Nilsen and long-term absentee Dennis Horneland ahead of this league match. In addition, Ibrahima Wadji is serving a doping ban.Tromso are without Runar Espejord and Sigurd Gronli. Marcus Pedersen has a Norway under 19 call up.



Suspended: Ibrahima Wadji (doping)

Doubtful: None

Injured/unavailable: Benjamin Karamoko (knee), Dennis Horneland (cruciate ligament); Anthony Ikedi, Alexander Stolas (both unspecified); Joakim Nilsen (groin)



Suspended: None

Doubtful: None

Injured/unavailable: Runar Espejord, Sigurd Gronli (both unspecified); Marcus Pedersen (international duty)





Haugesund picked up a hard-earned 0-0 away draw with Viking in their last league match. It was a nervous contest in Stavanger, and both teams looked edgy in their play. That result in Stavanger did at least mean Haugesund halted a two-game losing run in league action. One other thing to note from that league match was the performance of Martin Samuelsen. The Norwegian youngster looked confident on the ball and has proven to be one of the club’s main attacking threats of late, not least because Ibrahima Wadji is out for an extended period. Haugesund have failed to win in their last five home league matches (three draws, two losses).


Tromso picked all three points when they hosted Sarpsborg in their last league match. Goals from Magnus Andersen and Onni Valakari ensured a smooth passage to three points in front of an expectant home crowd, as Tromso won 2-0. The result ensured that the side bounced back after a heavy 4-0 league defeat over Lillestrom in round 13. The league’s most northerly club have now won four and lost one of their last five league matches. A major factor in that good run of form has been the form of Simen Wangberg. The defender returned from injury four games ago and – aside from the collapse at Lillestrom – has shored up their defence.


Tromso have registered some good results of late, but I think this is a league game that Haugesund can win.




In the seven league games that Haugesund have played at home this season, there have been just three that have contained three total goals or more. I think this league match will be a low-scoring one.




Haugesund have won to Tromso at home in their last three league encounters. It is a run that has seen them score five goals and concede just one. In addition, Haugesund also won both league meetings last season against the northern club.

Haugesund VS Tromso IL, go for hosts

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