A NEW week and new chance to take on the traders at their own game. Monday's are generally poor fayre but there's a couple of games today that take the eye and a few more that we're praying make an appearance.
Norway and Denmark are where the main action is for us today. There may be a few others as the day goes on, so keep an eye on the comments on this thread to see if anything else comes up.
FC Copenhagen Reserves v AAB Reserves, 2pm, Bet365 in-play
Copenhagen Reserves are scoring for fun right now. They've played 8 games so far this season scoring 27 and conceding 7. Their last five games have been away from home with them scoring 22 of these goals in these games and keeping clean sheets in their last four.
Copenhagen face up to AAB reserves today having played them only two matches ago, a game that they won 5-0. AAB sends out a very similar line-up for today's match with the only change being the addition of an U-19 defender into the side. There's no team news for Copenhagen as yet but we'll keep on the case of that one and post if there's any significant changes.
Copenhagen should continue their march to the Pool 1 title in the reserve league today and we'll be looking to take on the asian handicaps here if the line is decent.
Nardo v Tromso 2, 5pm, Bet365 in-play
Tromso 2 are a very young side and managed to bag four goals against Levanger last week in a 6-4 defeat, which is no mean feat considering Levanger are one of the stronger sides in this league. Having watched that game it was clear that Tromso 2 are a very open side who like to bomb forward but leave themselves wide open at the back and came under constant pressure from Levanger, including conceding 20 corners in the game.
Nardo have had an indifferent start to the season and will be looking to get back on track at home having been on the road the last two matches. They have a great home record having only lost two of their last 12 games on their own patch and will be looking to get in amongst the goals today and get their season travelling in the right direction.
Can see this being a very open match and with Nardo loving a home goal and Tromso 2 also capable this game could see at least 4 or 5 goals. Will be having a go at first half goals and total goals here.
A couple of other games that aren't listed on Bet365 that may just appear in-play that are worth looking out for are Sogndal 2 v IL Varegg at 5pm and Bodo/Glimt 2 v Sortland at 3pm. Both these matches should see goals with IL Varegg and Bodo 2 the likely scorers of most of them. Stats can be found on the futbol24 website with IL Varegg playing in 3. Divisjon Avdeling 8 and Bodo/Glimt 2 in 3. Divisjon Avdeling 11.
GOOD LUCK TODAY LADS.. BP