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Match: Malmo vs Sarpsborg
Competition: Europa League
Kick-off time: 17:55 (UK time)30-day money-back guarantee: Use ExpressVPN to live stream Malmo vs Sarpsborg
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Malmo vs Sarpsborg live streaming: Match preview
A Scandinavian derby and two sides level on points.
Malmö lost in Belgium to Genk before beating Beşiktaş 2-0 at home.
Sarpsborg did the opposite.
The Norweigan side lost to Beşiktaş before seeing off Genk in their first ever group stage win.
This made the reverse fixture at Sarpsborg Stadion a crucial one.
All the drama happened late on.
Andreas Vindheim thought he’d won it for the visitors when he scored with just 10 minutes remaining.
However, Ole Jørgen Halvorsen equalised just 7 minutes later to keep this group in the balance.
Both sides have 4 points ahead of their meeting in Sweden and the winner, if there is one, will take a giant step towards progression.