Brann makes a surprise in the away match against Rosenborg in the middle of the week, but in the end, it went down and lost with a 3:2 defeat. After a numb start, they were left behind in the 11th minute but went through difficult moments until the end of the half, but in the second half they reached the equalizer and four minutes later, they turned the match around, taking the lead with Robert Taylor. From that point on, they received unbearable pressure and in the first minute of the stoppage time, they lost the match. With four defeats in an equal number of matches, things are extremely difficult and all predictions confirm that the historic Bergen team will have to fight for survival.
Bodo/Glimt draw at home against Rosenborg, losing several opportunities to end the match early. Kjetil Knutsen’s team entered the match dynamically and took the lead only in the 9th minute, but the defense was not on their task and fall asleep two times. After a long time, they are not at the top of the table having one match less than Rosenborg. Bodo Glimt sold the best players Juncker, Zinkernagel, and Hauge, but good substitutes were brought for them, such as Sorli, striker Botheim from Rosenborg, Pernambucano from Lviv, but due to the obligatory quarantine he is not available today. They are the readiest team at the start of the championship because they are the only team that had preparations outside Norway. The football players were in Spain, playing normally friendly matches, unlike the others who couldn’t leave the country.
I think Bodo is the favorite in this match and I expect to get back on the winning way.