Rikard Norling's side were handed a lifeline in the title race by Elfsborg's shock stalemate on Sunday, but Al Hain-Cole thinks that their poor away record could cost them again
Orebro have been rooted to the bottom of the Allsvenskan since day one, but received a timely boost with a priceless win over relegation rivals GAIS last time out - their first victory of the season.
Second-placed Malmo, on the other hand, have only the title on their minds, and can reduce the gap between them and Elfsborg to just three points with a win on Monday, after the leaders surprisingly drew a blank against Mjallby on Sunday.
Orebro are yet to pick up all three points at home this season, so it would take a brave man to back them at odds of 9/2 (5.50) with Panbet.
Having said that, Malmo's away form is a far cry from their imperious record at home, where they have dropped only two points all season.
Rikard Norling's men have won just once on the road this year, making them a significant risk at odds of just 33/50 (1.66) to come out on top here.
Di Blae's last three on the road have ended in a draw, meaning 29/10 (3.90) looks like an extremely tempting price for a stalemate to take place on Monday evening.
While Malmo's formidable home record is built on a strong defensive foundation that has seen only one goal conceded at the Swedbank Stadion, their back-line seems to suffer from severe bouts of travel sickness.
The 2010 champions have let in 15 goals in six away games this season, although their potent strikeforce has meant that they have only lost on two of those occasions.
Even low-scoring Orebro should get some joy against that kind of defending, meaning 79/100 (1.79) on both teams to score should be money in the bank.
|Both teams to Score at 79/100 (1.79) with PanBet
||A draw at 29/10 (3.90) with PanBet
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