Monday’s Football Bet of the Day see’s me stay in Norway and there’s a match in the OBOS-ligaen that I like the look of for goals.
Ranheim vs KFUM
⏰ Monday 27th June, 17:00
Two sides who come into this match on a good unbeaten run go head-to-head in Trondheim, as Ranheim play host to KFUM at the EXTRA Arena.
Ranheim won for the third successive game in the league last time out, as they won 1-2 away to Åsane. Hugo Pereira’s side have now W6-D1-L1 of their last eight matches in the league, but have won just two of their opening five matches in-front of their own supporters. Ranheim have found the back of the net in eight of their last nine league fixtures, scoring on multiple occasions in each of their last four. The Trondheim-based side have recorded just a solitary clean sheet from their opening 10 league outings, with 10 of the 14 goals they conceded so far have come at home.
KFUM threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 away to Sandnes Ulf in their last league outing to put an end to their three-match winning run. Jørgen Isnes has saw his side collect 18 points from their opening 10 league fixtures (W5-D3-L2), with their two sole defeats coming against league leaders Brann and second-placed Mjøndalen. KFUM are one of only two sides to have scored in all of their league matches this season and are the third-highest scoring side, finding the back of the net 18 times. Käffa have conceded 15 goals so far this season and are yet to record a clean sheet in their five matches on their travels.
Bet of the Day
Both Ranheim and KFUM come into this match unbeaten in their last five and four matches respectively and I’m expecting a entertaining encounter between the pair in Trondheim this teatime. Hugo Pereira’s hosts have found the back of the net in eight of their last nine fixtures, scoring two or more in each of their last four and I expect them to keep up their fine goal-scoring form against a KFUM side who are yet to keep a clean sheet away from home. However, Käffa are one of only two sides to have scored in all of their league matches and given they are the third-highest scoring side in the Norwegian second-tier, I expect to see them also make the net bulge at least once against a Ranheim side that’s registered just one clean sheet so far this season. Given the form of both of these two sides, we should see at least three goals with both sides contributing in what should be a high-scoring game.