Djurgarden failed in recording a victory in the last match against Hammarby when they suffered a home loss with a 1:2 result.

The visitors looked far better in the first half, when they gained two goals advantage over Johannson and Khalili and went on a break with a good background. The home team did try to be more aggressive in the second, had a ball possession advantage, but their attacks weren't dangerous enough. The only time they scored was over the away time player Fenger, as he had a misfortune to put the ball behind his own net.

Djurgarden is at 4th place in the standings, only two points behind European placed Norrkoping, so they will certainly try to take all three in this clash, where they are expected to win.
Mjallby finally managed to record a positive result in the last round, after a six matches winless streak, when they defeated AIK with 3:1 at home.

The first half was quite dynamic, as three goals were seen in that part. Ogby brought the lead to the hosts in the 10th minute, while the guests leveled up from the penalty in the 40th minute. Only three minutes later, Ogby scored from the same situation, and the home team took the lead once again. With a goal over Silverholt in the 76th minute, the hosts removed all doubts about the winner in this one, as they looked better in the second part too.

Mjallby is currently at the 8th place, right in the middle with nineteen points, six points in deficit compared to Europa League third place.
They are well motivated after their latest victory, maybe they can be dangerous on a couple of occasions, but to repeat the result from the last match is highly unlikely. Djurgarden is by far a better team and should be able to get back to positive ways here.
Djurgarden -1 Asian Handicap
(Stake: 8)

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