Breidablik vs FC Copenhagen VS


Breidablik continues to deliver a flourishing play, as they did their part last time out in Europe when they won over Shamrock Rovers across both legs, showing that they mean business when it comes to their potential place among the elite.

Furthermore, they met the expectations back in Iceland last Friday when they routinely beat Vestmannaeyar at home 3:1, and are definitely looking like a squad capable of maintaining a high level of play.

Midfielder Johannesen (5/1) is out for the rest of the season.

The Danish outfit started the new Superliga campaign in the best way possible, as they came on top at their opener on the road to underdogs from Lyngby when they outscored them by a close 1:2 result.

The match was quite open and dynamic, in which the guests took a double lead over Lund Jensen and Goncalves (a penalty), conceding once though later in the 72nd, but nonetheless, left a good impression in their return to competitive ways.

Defenders Boilesen (8/0, last season), Khocholava (17/1, last season), and midfielder Claesson (30/13, last season) should continue missing out.

Bredablik is enjoying this part of the season and already got significantly positive results so far. They have very little to lose and almost surely won’t be too passive on the field. It’s something that should open up the game, as Copenhagen anyway remains very quality side in the attack.


EUROPEChampions League – Qualification

21:15h Breidablik (Ice) FC Copenhagen (Den)

Pick : Over 2.5 Goals

ODDS : 1.80