Young Boys 0 – FC Basel 0 (Pens. 3-2) (Swiss Cup, April 16, 2009) Young Boys won their semi-final on penalties to set up a cup final date with Sion.
Nordvest 0 – FC Copenhagen 4 (Ekstra Bladet Cup, April 16, 2009) Danish second division oufit FC Nordvest failed to pull off the giant killing semi-final feat as goals from Niclas Jensen, Hjalte Bo Norregaard and a late Dame N’Doye double saw the SAS Ligaen leaders put one foot in the final ahead of next week’s return leg.
AIK Stockholm 0 – Malmo 1 (Allsvenskan, April 16, 2009) A several near misses in quick succession, Agon Mehmeti managed to net the winner for Malmo 15 minutes from time to send the visitors joint top on nine points after three games.
Helsingborg 1 – Hammarby 0 (Allsvenskan, April 16, 2009) Christoffer Andersson curled a corner kick past the Stockholm keeper Kristoffer Bjorklund in the 79th minute to maintain Helsingborg’s 100% record to the start of the season.
Trelleborg 3 – Gais 0 (Allsvenskan, April 16, 2009) Trelleborgs won 3-0 at home to GAIS with Marcus Pode (6), Andreas Drugge (49) and Kristian Haynes (89) on target. Both sides finished the game with 10 men with Tommy Lycen (88) sent off for GAIS, Thommie Persson followed for the hosts two minutes later.
Elfsborg 1 – Kalmar 1 (Allsvenskan, April 16, 2009) Reigning champions Kalmar are still yet to record a win, Kalmar had to rely on a 88th minute goal from substitute Daniel Mendes to earn that point after Emir Bajrami opened the scoring with 31 minutes gone.
Orgryte 0 – Orebro 1 (Allsvenskan, April 16, 2009) Orgryte are the only club without a point after they lost 1-0 at home to Orebro, for whom Kim Olsen scored after 28 minutes.