AaB, who built a nice defensive base, had a successful experience before the international break with a victory over Hobro. FC Midtjylland is one of the league’s best crews and has a strong offensive with, among other things, Sørloth and Onuachu. Where should the value be found in Aalborg?
It speaks for AaB:
AaB is coming to the match with a good experience in the luggage of the pre-country break, where they beat the North Jutland rivals from Hobro on away ground.
The North Jutland is gradually getting the players who have been injured. Rasmus Würtz was from the start recently and Kasper Risgård is building more and more.
Morten Wieghorst and co. have built a solid defensive base on the team. Looking at the expected goals, the team has the second best defensive in this season.
FC Midtjylland did not deliver the team’s best performance this year against FC Helsingør before the break. One lacked energy and runaway in large parts of the match.
Midtjyderne has been slightly more out of business in this season, where ‘only’ has been 3 victories. Most recently, Lyngby was pressed
It speaks for FC Midtjylland:
FC Midtjylland is together with Brøndby the two best men in this season so far.
Since changing 3-4-3, you have really put the players in stage and utilized their skills. It can also be seen on the points account.
The team’s offensive may be the league’s best with the strong attackers Sørloth / Onuachu, while also the two wing backs and latest Mikkel Duelund have submitted.
Jes Thorup gets to the game Rasmus Nissen, who was last seen. RIlwan Hassan, who has been out for a little longer, has also become aware of his injury.
Even though AaB has seen strong defensive defenses, one is fighting offensive. Here, according to the expected goals, it is almost “surpassed” by FC Helsingør.
Morten Wieghorst has to finish the game without Jakob Ahlmann on the left back. A weakening when Ahlmann has had a pretty nice season.