The hosts' home form is the only thing keeping their heads above water this season and Al Hain-Cole expects them to make a real game of it against Roar Hansen's men
The Allsvenskan's second-placed side have picked up just four points from their last two fixtures against Djurgarden and Norrkoping but are 7/10 (1.70) favourites with bet365 to bounce back with victory in Hallevik.
The hosts have won just won of their last eight league matches themselves and are available at 15/4 (4.75) to come out on top.
Anders Torstensson's side have drawn three of their last six matches and you can get odds of 11/4 (3.75) on them holding their high-flying guests to a stalemate in this one.
The home side ran out 2-1 winners when the sides met earlier in the season and, while their form has gone downhill since their bright start, they will at least be confident of troubling the visitors in front of their own fans.
Torstensson's men have lost just one of their last eight home games in the league and have only failed to score once in 10, while Di Roe have only kept one clean sheet in their last four on the road.
Nevertheless, having score an unmatched 40 goals in 19 games this campaign, Roar Hansen's team are unlikely to be denied and odds of 8/11 (1.73) are not to be missed on both sides finging the net.
That bet would have paid out in four of Mjallby's last five games, as well as four of Helsinborg's last five on the road.
One of the main highlights of the hosts' season has been the form of Kristian Haynes, who was signed on a free transfer from Trelleborg in the winter.
The veteran striker has made himself a firm fan favourite with nine goals in 18 league appearances for his new side and therefore offers excellent value at 2/1 (3.00) to get on the scoresheet.
|Both teams to score for a 1pt stake at 8/11 (1.73) with bet365
||Kristian Haynes to score anytime for a 1pt stake at 2/1 (3.00) with bet365
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