Lyngby v AGF Aarhus
The early game in the Danish Superliga on Sunday is between two of the traditional Danish clubs. Lyngby and AGF have both been around forever, and it is thus a match that brings the mind back to simpler times this one.
Lyngby are starting to realize that their time in the top flight will be over soon. The club from northern Zealand are dead last in the league, and survival is already starting to look impossible. The club is working on the smallest budget in the league as well, so it is not really a surprise. Still, the fact that they are yet to win a game this season, is embarrassing. To make things worse for Lyngby, they are without four normal starters in Bjelland, Finnbogason, Nielsen and Westergaard.
AGF have struggled recently after a great start to the season. They did, however, play a fine match last weekend as they drew 2-2 at home against Brøndby. They managed to create chances, and with a bit of luck they could also have snatched the victory. Captain Patrick Mortensen has looked really good lately, and with him in form, AGF is a much more dangerous side.
AGF have won three of their last four meetings with Lyngby, and the last one ending in a draw, and we expect the pride of Aarhus to take the victory here as well. Draw no bet victory for AGF at odds 1.65 is good value at Betfair.
Brøndby v AaB
The big story in Danish football this week was the takeover of Brøndby, which was announced Friday. Global Football Holdings, that are also involved at Crystal Palace and Augsburg, among other clubs, are the new owners, and Sunday will be the first game after the takeover.
Most Brøndby fans were happy with the takeover as it means the club receives much needed investments. They are now again dreaming of climbing towards the top. However, there were those among the ultras who are angry, and former club owner Jan Bech Andersen had to hire security guards after receiving large number of threats. It will be interesting to see how the crowd receives the players and new owners at this match. Brøndby are undefeated in their last seven Superliga matches, but they have only won two of these.
AaB are second to last in the league, and if they lose this match, it’ll start to be worrying for the proud club. Last week AaB lost 3-1 at home to Viborg, and their form is not positive at all. They have gotten slightly harder to beat since Erik Hamrén took over last month, but they are still far from the level needed to survive in the Superliga. AaB have scored 13 goals in their first 14 league games, and they are most likely really looking forward to the winter break that begins at the same time as the World Cup.
Brøndby are not in good shape, but they remain much better than AaB. Their squad should furthermore be excited to show their new owners what they can do, and we expect a home victory here. Odds 1.75 at Betfair on Brøndby to win is great value.
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