Austria Vienna 5 – Mattersburg 1 (T-Mobile (Bundesliga, April 25, 2010) Tomas Jun got Austria off to a lightning start after 4 minutes, but Robert Waltner levelled late in the first half. There was still time in the opening 45 for Manuel Ortlechner to put the hosts back in front and in-form striker Roland Linz made it 3-1 after the interval. Linz made it four on the hour and Zlatko Junuzovic made it five with one of the goals of the weekend to seal the one-sided victory.
Orebro 3 – Halmstad 0 (Allsenskan, April 25, 2010) Magnus Kihlberg gave Orebro the perfect start in the second minute and Kim Olsen doubled their lead shortly after the half-hour mark. Substitute Paulinho Guara sealed the victory eight minutes from time to move Orebro to within four points of Helsingborg, who have a game in hand.
GAIS 2 – Kalmar 2 (Allsenskan, April 25, 2010) The hosts took the lead in the 17th minute when the unfortunate Petter Wasta turned into his own net but Tobias Eriksson equalised a minute before the break. Carneiro Wanderson’s 66th-minute goal seemed to have given GAIS the win but substitute Marcel Sacramento snatched a share of the points in stoppage time.
Brommapojkarna 2 – Gefle 1 (Allsenskan, April 25, 2010) Pablo Pinones-Arce opened the scoring with just two minutes gone and John Guidetti doubled Brommapojkarna’s lead in the 57th minute before substitute Jakob Orlov pulled one back on the hour mark, just two minutes after coming off the bench.
Elfsborg 4 – Trelleborg 1 (Allsenskan, April 25, 2010) Trelleborg took the lead within five minutes through Joakim Sjohage but Emir Bajrami levelled in the 18th minute and Denni Avdic put the hosts firmly in control with goals either side of the break. Half-time substitute Johan Larsson capped a good night 10 minutes from time.
Rosenborg 0 – Lillestrom 0 (Tippeligaen, April 25, 2010)