AIK vs Malmo FF Predictions

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AIK sit two places and six points behind their guests, and league leaders, Malmo heading into this weekends round of fixtures in the Allsvenskan and we’re expecting a highly competitive ninety minutes between the two clubs. The visitors are in the midst of an eleven game unbeaten run in the league and will be confident that can claim all three points on Sunday and increase the gap between the pair even further.

AIK went in at the break a goal down at home to Norrkoping on Tuesday, thanks to a forty-fourth-minute effort from Nyman. Things went from bad to worse for the hosts in the second half as defender Dimitriadis was shown a straight red card and shortly after Nyman scored his second goal of the game to put the visitors 2-0 up, and that’s how the scoreline remained. Malmo haven’t played competitively since the beginning of June when they travelled to Helsingborg, where, despite the game be very evenly matched throughout, a solitary first-half goal from veteran striker Rosenberg earned Malmo all three points.

Malmo are the current pacesetters in the Allsvenskan and along with the recent head to head record between the two clubs and their form and performances over the last month or so, we’re backing a draw no bet on the visitors with the game to end 1-0 in their favour. Malmo are undefeated in their last six matches against AIK, but four of those games have ended in draws, and Under 2.5 goals have been scored in all of the last six meetings between the two clubs. AIK have picked up one draw, one win, and suffered one defeat in their last three Allsvenskan matches, while Malmo are undefeated in their last eleven Allsvenskan matches, picking up two draws and nine wins. Under 2.5 goals have been scored in five of AIK’s and three of Malmo’s last six matches, which is why we’re expecting another low scoring affair this weekend.

Elyounoussi top scores for the host this season with nine league goals, while former Werder Bremen striker Rosenberg, now 36-years old, leads the way for Malmo with seven Allsvenskan goals. We’re confident that a draw no bet on Malmo will payout this weekend and have predicted a 1-0 win for the visitors. Due to both teams playing well at this moment in time and the fact their last three meetings have all ended in draws, this bet means you would get your money back if Sunday’s match ended all square.

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