FC Nordsjaeland vs. Brondby IF 6/28/20 Superliga Championship Round Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
FC Nordsjaeland 13-6-10, Brondby IF 13-6-10
6/28/20 12 pm
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FC Nordsjaeland is hosting Brondby IF at Right to Dream Park in round 4 of Danish Superliga Championship Round.
Nordsjaeland hasn’t started the Championship Round well and they haven’t won any of their first two games, but they showed us a part of their talent in their last game against Aalborg on the road. Nordsjaeland has had 51% of ball possession in that match, high 8 shots on goal, 4 corner kicks, and high 90% of the correct passes. With two goals in each half, Nordsjaeland has won this game 0-4. Nordsjaeland is in 4th place of the Championship Round standings with 45 points, far from Midtjylland at the top. So far this season, Nordsjaeland has scored 54 goals, while conceding 38 goals in 29 games. Nordsjaeland ended the regular part of the season in 5th place, which was enough to enter the Championship Round, but that’s about it from Nordsjaeland. Kudus and Damasgaard have both scored 11 goals for Nordsjaeland this season, while Atanga added 7 goals. Rygaard added 6 assists. There are no injuries or suspensions in Nordsjaeland roster. It always feels better to compete in the Championship Round than in the Relegation Round, but Nordsjaeland is far from the Europa League and I don’t see them catching up despite having enough games left to do so.
Brondby is of Denmark's most famous teams, but they have been far from the top for a few years now. Brondby hasn’t won any of their last 4 games, including the three in the Championship Round where they have three draws from three games. Brondby is in 5th place of the Championship Round standings with 45 points, 48 scored goals, and 38 conceded goals. Wilczek has scored 17 goals for Brondby this season, while Kaiser added 8 goals. Simon Hedlund added 10 assists. Borkeeiet and Mensah are injured, while Lindstrom is suspended because of yellow cards. In their last Superliga Championship Round against Copenhagen at home, Brondby was a slightly better team with 50% of ball possession, 6 shots on goal, 6 corner kicks, and 81% of the correct passes. The half-time result was 0-0, but in 79th minute Copenhagen scored an opening goal and got ahead. In 89th minute, Brondby has tied the result and this match ended in a 1-1 draw. Same as Nordsjaeland, Brondby is far from the Europa League and the top of the Superliga, but they ended up in the Championship Round and that’s what means the most to Brondby this season.
Brondby hasn’t won any of their last 4 games, and any of their last 5 games on the road. The one thing that was pretty consistent in this matchup were goals, and I expect the same here.