Tobias Gourlay fancies a couple of liberal Swedish defences to concede freely at Idrottsparken this evening
Sundsvall v Hammarby
England lift the World Cup at Lord's, Hamilton wins at Silverstone and Kev lands a double-chance bet on Brazilian Serie A. All was right in the world on Sunday as Atletico Mineiro came from behind to beat Chapecoense 2-1 with a 98th-minute winner that sees Kev exit stage left on a high.
We take the reins in Sweden, where one of this evening's two Allsvenskan matches takes Hammarby to Sundsvall. This pair's last three meetings have finished 1-4, 3-4 and 2-3 in favour of Hammarby and we like the [1.92] about both teams getting on the score sheet again today.
Both teams have scored in 5/6 of Sundsvall's matches at Idrottsparken this season. Joel Cedergren's hosts, who are running 14th in the 16-team league, have managed just a single clean sheet – against second-bottom Eskilstuna.
Stefan Billborn's Hammarby are up in seventh, but they have the worst defence in the top half of the table (20 goals conceded in 14 matches at home and away). On the road, they have leaked 13 in seven, conceding at least twice in five of the last six. At the other end, they have recently been shut out by three teams above them in the table. Prior to that, however, they had scored in eight consecutive away matches, going back into the end of last season.
2019 P/L (1pt per bet)