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Aarhus vs Odense Prediction & Betting tips
In the Superligaen, Denmark’s top division, the table is divided after the 26th matchday. The best six teams then compete against each other in the championship round. For the bottom eight teams, the relegation round is against relegation. If Odense BK can no longer reach the top six, Aarhus GF could not be pushed out of these areas with a draw today.
All the more, the eyes of the whole world will be focused on Ceres Park on Monday evening, where, like at the premiere on Thursday, a number of home and guest fans will be digitally connected via zoom. Which bookmaker meanwhile offers the best odds for Aarhus against Odense can be found in the betting odds comparison.
The home side are the favorites in this match. The bookmaker XTiP, which was tested by the betting base, has a score of 3.60 available for the Stribede away win. No wonder, because in the league and cup the Hvide have already celebrated two victories against Odense in the 2019/20 season.
In addition, in Aarhus against Odense, the forecast must take into account that the Byens Hold already played the first competitive game after the Corona break last Thursday and is therefore somewhat better in the juice than the guests from Funen, who only played two friendlies in May and have not won for nine games in a row.
So the most sustainable is to play against Odense Tip 1 at Aarhus, especially since the Stribede so far only got three points in four competitive games in 2020. By the way, further betting recommendations and analyzes of the international soccer games are available in the Betting Tips Soccer International section.
After the end of the game, no one was able to really estimate how the zoom video screens in Ceres Park arrived at the premiere against Randers on Thursday. The people in charge at Aarhus GF were pleased about the great attention and the fact that the otherwise often neglected superleagues were finally reported worldwide.
Overall, however, it remains to be seen whether this format will be accepted by fans at times when major events such as football games are not allowed to be attended, or whether it will have any effect on the players at all in the late and important 1: 1-equalization in the second minute of injury time did not celebrate with the digital screens, but with each other.
It was precisely that late goal by Patrick Mortensen in a classic six-point game that kept the pursuer Randers FC destroyed after the final whistle. After all, Randers is now six points behind the Hvide in two outstanding games and the worse goal difference.
For Aarhus, this means that either a draw against Odense or the following Sunday against Aalborg, who will do everything to defend the currently ranked sixth place, is enough for a draw. Optimally, you should score against today’s guest – preferably triple. After all, it is also about securing a good starting position for the championship round.
No wonder, because although there are eleven points between the fourth and ninth of the table, it can be clearly stated that the Byens Hold is anything but a home power with only 21 points from the previous twelve league home games. Only six of the twelve encounters in front of their own fans, who can dial in again this time in Ceres Park, ended with a threesome.
The Odense Bold Club, or Odense BK for short, can look back on a long and successful history. The national team has won three national championships and five cup wins, who have represented their country several times in UEFA competitions and have, for example, reached the quarter-finals in the UEFA Cup.
Last season, Stribede landed a strong third place in the Superligaen under coach Jakob Michelsen. In the subsequent championship round, however, there was a slump: Odense won only two out of ten games and was eventually replaced by Esbjerg and Brondby because of the goal difference. The qualification for Europe was passé.
And now the Stribede even have to be extremely careful not to have to start the second-class course for the first time in the current millennium, because it is already clear that the white-blue must take part in the relegation round after the next two match days.
The kickers from the Danish island of Fyn certainly bring a little cushion with them. However, the relegation is not yet dry, which certainly cannot meet the aspirations of the team that has been part of the Superligaen since the 1999/2000 season – and is the third longest in Denmark’s top division after Brondby and Aalborg .
An away win in Ceres Park would be just right for Stribede, who, however, cannot bring a too scary record to East Jutland. Neither in 2020, where only three points could be won in all four competitive games (three draws, one defeat), nor in the away games of the season in general is there an excessively good result.
At Aarhus against Odense against tip 2, there is also the fact that the white-blue team only won three of the twelve games in foreign places. In addition, two friendly games against Copenhagen (2-2) and Aalborg (3-4) last week went against strong opponents, but the last competitive game goes back to early March.
Not only do the men of Jakob Michelsen not know exactly where they stand, they have also been waiting for another competitive win since November 3, 2019. In the subsequent nine league games, there was no more threes for the three-time champion.
Aarhus vs Odense head to head matches
31.10.19 CUP Aarhus Odense 1 : 0
20.09.19 SL Odense Aarhus 1 : 2
11.03.19 SL Aarhus Odense 1 : 2
15.01.19 CF Aarhus Odense 2 : 3
06.10.18 SL Odense Aarhus 2 : 2