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Malmo FF VS Orebro, an easy home win

SWE D1Malmo FF VS Orebro, an easy home win

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Posted Sat, 06 Jul 2019 09:22:24 GMT        

Match Time:7/7/2019 01:00 Sunday (GMT+8)

Swedish Allsvenskan -- Malmo FF  VS  Orebro

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Malmo are without striker Jo Inge Berget, who is suffering from an unspecified injury problem. Midfielder Fouad Bachirou could leave for Turkish side Besiktas.

Orebro midfielder Johan Martensson has had surgery on his hip and will be out for at least a couple of months.



Suspended: None

Doubtful: Lasse Nielsen (knee)

Injured/unavailable: Jo Inge Berget (unknown)



Suspended: None

Doubtful: Carlos Strandberg (thigh)

Injured/unavailable: Agon Mehmeti, Dennis Collander (both unknown); Albin Granlund, Fabio De Sousa Silva (both knee); Johan Martensson (hip), Daniel Bjornquist (broken leg)





Malmo have established a decent lead at the top of the league standings. They are currently four points ahead of second-placed Djurgardens, but their rivals have one league game in hand. Although Malmo only managed to play out a 0-0 league draw away at reigning champions AIK Solna last time out, they have not lost in league action since round two back in early April. Since then, they have won nine and drawn three times in the league. At home, the side have six straight league wins and are still unbeaten this term (six wins, one draw). 

Orebro were disappointing at home against Helsingborg in league action last weekend as they lost 1-0 after conceding late in the first half. Carlos Strandberg, who is on loan from Malmo, is injured and he may have played his last game for Orebro as Malmo want to sell the player abroad. The team, who are only three points above the drop zone, are clearly underdogs in this league game but they do have a fine record away from home (three wins, one draw, two losses) and have won their last three away games in the league.

Malmo have been dominating the top flight and should have no problems beating Orebro. The visitors have a lengthy injury list and did not impress last weekend. A home win is on the cards.




Malmo have kept a clean sheet in five of their last six league games and they are the highest scoring team in the league at the moment with 25 goals from 14 league games. They should be able to break the deadlock here.



Malmo have won five and lost only one of the last six league encounters against Orebro. The last league meeting ended 4-0 to Malmo back in November.


Malmo FF  VS  Orebro, an easy home win

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