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This season maybe winding down for many across Europe, but in Scandinavia things are still getting going as the various campaigns get underway. This weekend sees round seven of the Norwegian Tippligaen play out and with it we hope to pick two winners on Sunday and Monday.
Traditionally a local powerhouse, SK Brann are having an appalling start to the new season having won only one their opening six matches. With four defeats already suffered the club are struggling at the foot of the table. Last weekend Steinar Nilsen’s charges were soundly beaten 3-nil at Rosenborg, however the result is all the more galling considering that Brann have the second biggest budget in the league yet their stars, including reported Premier League target Erik Huseklepp and former Leeds man Erik Bakke, are performing so badly. In short, Brann are terrible this season, and despite being at home to Valerenga this weekend another defeat is expected.
From the have-nots to the haves, Rosenborg, who only lost once the whole of last season on their way to a convincing title success, appear to have picked up where they left of last campaign in the opening weeks of the season. Already top with four wins and two draws and with former Spurs forward Steffan Iversen in fantastic form, even a seemingly tricky test at second placed Aalesund this weekend should be no problem for Erik Hamren’s table-toppers.
Rounding off a three match accumulator, on Sunday in the Ukraine first-place Dynamo Kiev face arguably their toughest match left this season when they play host to fourth-placed Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. With Shakhtar level on points with the Kiev giants, Andriy Shevchenko and co. no that there can be no slip-ups this weekend against one of the league’s toughest opponents. Dnipro arrive in the capital with a solid away record this season. Neverthless, with Kiev having won 11 and drawn one of their 12 home matches this term, and home win is expected.