Atvidaberg – AIK Solna 14.07.2012
I believe there will be goals on this match.
But first about the team news. Atvitaberg have two sidelined players as Alberis da Silva and Erik Moberg are both injured. There is also a positive news as the first goalkeeper Henrik Gustavsson is back from the injury. However, it is not sure if he will start as his replacement Gustav Jansson was excellent on the previous matches. On other side AIK problems are much bigger. Two players will miss the game due to suspensions (Lalawele Atakora and Viktor Lundberg), while Aleksandar Milosevic is injured. The striker Pontus Engblom has left the club and signed for Haugesund in Norway Tippeligaen.
I already wrote I expect goals here. The first reason is connect with Atvitaberg. They are in excellent form at the moment. Atvitaberg is unbeaten in the last five matches in Allsvenskan. However, something else is important for my pick. Atvitaberg played Over 2.5 in the last four matches. Even more, the two matches they played after the international brake were very efficient. There were six goals on both matches.
The striker Viktor Prodell is in excellent form with four goals in the last two matches.
Match: Atvidaberg – AIK Solna 16.00h
League: Sweden Allsvenskan
Our prediction: over 2.5 goals Odds: 2.00
AIK is also a team that play efficient matches. Four of the last five games in Allsvenskan have ended with Over 2.5 goals. Or to be more correct, four of the last five games ended with Over 3.5 goals.
Celso Borges is in good form, he has scored two goals against Hacken. I think he is able to continue his scoring show.
As conclusion, I expect at least three goals. The players from both teams are full of confidence. Atvidabergs has scored 30 goals on 14 games and that’s the best record (together with Hacken) in Allsvenskan. AIK on other side have big ambitions. At the moment they are third on the table with 24 points from 14 rounds. I think AIK will try to win, even they are playing away from home. That is why I am expecting an open match and at least three goals.