Our prediction for this Other match:
Swedish clubs continue playing during the coronavirus football break. Both Bergkvara AIF and SSG aim to prepare in the best way possible for the new season, and, no doubt, their managers will use Monday’s friendly to test as many players as possible. Peter Karlsson’s men are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against SSG, and given the away team’s attacking potential, goals galore is on the horizon.
It is well known that friendly matches lack in hard tackles, and seeing that players will avoid unnecessary contact due to fierce of coronavirus spread, we believe that a lot of goals will be scored in Monday’s clash. If we take a glance on the head-to-head record, we will see that the two teams meet for the first time ever in a friendly match. Anyhow, a lively contest is on the cards.