- Both teams have scored in five of the last six meetings between these two clubs.
- Both teams have scored in five of AGF’s last six matches.
- Both teams have scored in five of Copenhagen’s last six matches.
AGF suffered a heavy defeat at home to AaB last week but remain 7pts behind Copenhagen in the Superliga table following the Danish giants 2-1 defeat at home to the league leaders Midtjylland on Sunday.
Our prediction for both teams to score in Sunday’s clash is backed up by plenty of statistics. Five of the last six meetings between these two clubs have seen both teams score as have five of the hosts’ and five of the visitors’ last six matches heading into this weekends’ game. Both teams have scored in 60% of AGF’s home games this season and the same can be said for 67% of Copenhagen’s away trips.
In terms of a final scoreline, we’re predicting a 1-1 draw on Sunday as both teams have only lost one of their last five league games. The hosts score an average of 1.67 and concede an average of 1.20 goals per home game, while the visitors score an average of 1.40 goals on their travel and concede an average of 1.27 goals.
Copenhagen have had the better of AGF in recent seasons but both teams head into this weekends’ match looking difficult to beat and we’re backing the pair to cancel each other out on Sunday just has been the case in Copenhagen’s last two away games, both of which ended 1-1 against teams ranked lower than AGF in the Superliga table.
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