Elfsborg and Gothenburg meet at the Boras Arena, Boras, in a match that counts for the 22nd round of the Swedish championship. In the last game played at this stadium, in the Swedish league, Elfsborg beat Gothenburg 2-0.
The Elfsborg team comes into this match with a draw, on a ball, in the reception to Hacken, thus adding the sixth consecutive match without a win in the Swedish championship: Johan Larsson scored the only goal of the team. Considering that the home team lost only 1 of the 10 home games. Currently, the home team occupies the 3rd position in the league standings, with 35 points earned, resulting in 8 wins, 11 draws and 2 losses.
Due to the use of individually evolved athletes, Mr. Jimmy Thelin must prioritize maintaining ball possession and organized attacks, always with the aim of not losing his balance. Karlsson and Rasmus Alm, players who play on the team’s wings, are very fast and strong players in carrying the ball on the attack. Outside of this game are Robert Gojani and Alexander Bernhardsson, both with physical problems.
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The Gothenburg team comes into this match with a 1-2 loss to Kalmar, adding the second loss in the last three games: Wernbloom scored the team’s only goal. In the last away game, the visitors beat Falkenberg 3-0. At this time, the foreign team occupies the 14th position, with 20 points won, the result of 3 wins, 11 draws and 7 losses.
In this match against Elfsborg, coach Roland Nilsson must favor medium-low blocking and counterattacks, exploring the space in the opponent’s back in the best way. Argentine Tobías Sana is largely responsible for the creation and organization of the offensive process. On the other hand, Lagemyr is one of Gothenburg’s top scorers in the league with 5 goals scored. Outside of this game are Giorgi Kharaishvili, Sebastian Eriksson and Robin Söder, all injured.