Kurt-Arne Bergstrand's men are unbeaten on home soil this term and Willie Duncan is backing the hosts to claim another three points when they face Norrkoping on Monday
Kurt-Arne Bergstrand’s side have collected nine points from five home matches so far during the league campaign and are chalked up as William Hill’s even money (2.0) favourites to claim maximum points here.
Norrkoping are just two points behind Kalmar in the league table ahead of Monday night’s tie but will be looking to improve upon their poor away record in the Allsvenskan by picking up a vital victory.
Janne Andersson’s men have won just one of their five league matches on the road and can be backed at 11/4 (3.75) with William Hill to win here while the same firm go 12/5 (3.40) that the match ends in stalemate.
Monday’s meeting between these two sides kicks off at 6pm and William Hill customers will be able to follow the action via live streaming on the website.
Kalmar have often struggled to find their scoring touch this term, having managed just 12 goals – fewer than any other side in the top half of Allsvenskan, while Norrkoping have netted just five goals in five matches on the road this term.
On the surface, a low-scoring encounter may seem likely here and it is somewhat unsurprising that William Hill offer just 7/10 (1.70) that this match features fewer than three goals.
However, it should be noted that Norrkoping have failed to keep a clean sheet in Allsvenskan this season, while Kalmar have managed just one clean sheet in their last nine matches, so the 21/20 (2.05) with William Hill for more than two goals to be scored is decent value.
William Hill also go 10/11 (1.91) that both sides get on the scoresheet and that price is sure to prove popular with punters ahead of this match.
Kalmar’s impressive home record, though, gives them the edge here and the even money (2.0) quote on offer from William Hill is the recommended bet.
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