As Malmo continue to hunt down Elfsborg in the race for the Allsvenskan title, Adam Bate expects them to return to form on Monday against struggling GAISMalmo will surely have been encouraged by Elfsborg’s defeat against Kalmar at the weekend and ready to chase down the league leaders with renewed vigour.
A home clash with lowly GAIS certainly represents a chance to put the pressure on. Malmo have won their last six at home and are unbeaten in front of their own fans.
GAIS, on the other hand, have won just once all season and are yet to pick up three points on their travels. They are on a run of nine matches without a win are only kept off bottom on goal difference.
Just about everything points to a home win and Malmo can be backed to get the victory here at a short looking price of 19/50 (1.38) with Panbet.
If there is a source of optimistic for those keen to back the underdog, it’s the fact that it was a similar story when Malmo faced Orebro last Monday.
The bottom team emerged with the points that evening thanks to a 2-1 upset win. GAIS are 77/10 (8.70) with Panbet to repeat that trick against Rikard Norling’s side on Monday evening.
The visitors’ best chance of a result must be a share of the points and there were five consecutive draws between these sides from 2008 to 2010. The draw is available at 79/20 (4.95) with Panbet.
In the other markets, the form suggests GAIS are unlikely to be able to breach the Malmo goal on Monday evening. Malmo have conceded just one goal on home turf all season. Meanwhile, GAIS have failed to find the net in their last three matches.
For the pick of the bet in this one, tip GAIS not to score at 97/100 (1.97) with Panbet.
As for the value bet, consider the fact that the most common winning scoreline for Malmo so far in this campaign has been 2-0. You can back that outcome here at 63/10 (7.30) with Panbet.
|GAIS to fail to score at 97/100 (1.97) with Panbet
||Malmo to win 2-0 at 63/10 (7.30) with Panbet|
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