Great success for Jakob Mikkelsen’s team, after the 3:2 home win against Sarpsborg 08, despite falling behind twice in the score. With this victory, second in a row, the newly promoted team reached 15 points and is in 10th place, gaining a safety margin of 4 points from the play-off line, having one match less. Only absence are Dunn-Johnson (4/0) and Bjørlo (2/0).
Molde didn’t have a game last weekend as the scheduled home match against Jerv was postponed due to a number of knocks and injuries and the visitors’ inability to field eleven players. In its last match in the league, they won away from to Odd. They reached 25 points and remained in 2nd place in the standings, 2 points behind Lilleström, having one match less. In midweek, they comfortably qualified for the Cup, winning 1:4 away to amateur Eidsvold. Situation with injuries is better, and only absence are Brynhildsen (6/1), Andersen (4/1), and Hussain (4/0).
HamKam are on the rise, coming off two consecutive wins, but this time their opponent will be of a different level, who has 10 victories in a row in all competitions.