Over 2.5 goals hit the net and both teams registered in nine of Malmo’s 18 league matches this term.Orebro’s last four matches averaged 4.0 goals per 90 minutes.Malmo beat Orebro 2-1 in the team’ last meeting in August.Exciting encounter likely in Orebro
Allsvenskan leaders Malmo have been flying this season, and despite drawing two of their final three matches before the international break, Di blåe hold a six-point buffer at the top of the standings.
Malmo’s matches have routinely been exciting affairs this term, with an average of 2.9 goals scored per 90 minutes in their games, while over 2.5 goals were registered with both teams notching in nine of their 18 assignments to date.
One of those fixtures included Malmo’s 2-1 win at home to Orebro earlier in the campaign in a skirmish that proved more difficult for the hosts than many had anticipated.
Orebro actually took the lead at the Swedbank Stadion, before second half strikes from Erdal Rakip and Adi Nalic allowed the hosts to turn the tide in their favour.
In Thursday’s return fixture, an Orebro outfit that beat high-flying Norrkoping 4-3 in their last run out, will hope to make life tricky for their league leading visitors again, and with a keenly contested encounter likely, the over 2.5 goals and both teams to score market looks worth backing again at the odds quoted.
Malmo, who have won 11 and lost only 1 of their 18 Allsvenskan games so far this season, have the quality to eventually prevail however, and having already beaten Orebro 2-1 this term, our correct score prediction backs them to repeat history here.