Orebro vs Goteborg: Preview and Predictions

Orebro vs Goteborg Swedish Allsvenskan Match Preview 16th July 2017

Orebro vs Goteborg
Sweden – Allsvenskan
Date: Sunday, 16th July 2017
Kick off at 14:00 UK Time
Venue: Behm Arena, Orebro.

As we reach the half way point in Sweden’s top division, home team Orebro are in 11th position of 16 teams but they do have a safety gap of 10 points from the relegation zone. The feeling is that whilst the club has under achieved so far, they won’t be relegated, but they really do need to kick on and gain more points.

They were in the process of this before losing last week to Hammarby, and before that loss had gone 4 matches unbeaten including winning 3 in a row. Now returning to their home stadium they will be wanting to get back to winning ways.

Orebro tend to beat teams lower or at the same stage of them in the league where they have won 4 from 7 home games. But in the past five weeks they have lost two matches at home.

They will be facing IFK Gothenburg who are in 10th place and have the same points as them and so this has become quite an important game. Gothenburg’s recent form has been dogged by too many draws and in fact they have just one win in their last four games.

Away from home Gothenburg have the 4th best record in the league but then again they have still lost 45% of their games on the road.

Orebro vs Goteborg: Head to Head Stats

The last two matches have ended in the same correct result 3-2 to the winning team. The last game played at Orebro was won by the home team. That was Orebro’s first home win since 2012. Five from the last 6 games have been over 2.5 goals and 4 of those have been over 3.5 goals. There are plenty of goals in this fixture.

Orebro vs Goteborg: Prediction

History says goals and excitement and this match should be no different. We expect to see an open game and our main bet will be to see both teams to score for maximum stakes.

Orebro vs Goteborg: Betting Tips

Both teams to score at 4/6.

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Jack keeps an eye on what happens in the training ground every week alongside the pre-match statistics to derive his predictions. He has been in and around the game for more than ten years.