Denmark’s parliament has agreed to reopen stadiums to spectators in the Superliga from 21 April. The decision allows clubs to welcome a maximum of 500 people per block of seats in stadiums in Danish football’s top division this spring. At MCH Arena in Herning, current champion Midtjylland welcomes FC Copenhagen. The tasks for Midtjylland come like pearls on a string because they beat FC Copenhagen in the last nine home matches in a row. Coach Thomasberg can’t count on Sory Kaba and Erik Sviatchenko who are suspended, while Paulinho, Daniel Høegh, and Lasse Vibe are in the team squad again. FC Copenhagen coach Jess Thorup expressed disappointment after the 2:2 draw against Nordsjælland on Sunday. They concede a stoppage-time goal, despite having Nicolai Boilesen (22/1) sent off in the first half, who is suspended for this match. Despite him, unavailable are Andreas Bjelland, Bryan Oviedo, and Jose Zeca, who are key parts of the defensive system and will be a huge blow. Expect Midtjylland to have the upper hand in this match and take the win, because every point may be crucial in the race for the title with Brondby.