Third-leg in Allsvenskan against Tran in the Superettan. That is what is expected in this double meeting, which is so terribly worth it. Perhaps the year’s most significant match in the Swedish elite football?
Jönköping Södra woke up late and despite only a loss of the eight last matches, they ended up in this qualifying stadium – immediately behind GIF Sundsvall and Kalmar FF, with one and two pins up to. A win in the final match against Östersund, which ended 0-0, meant they were safe.
In any case, it is well-liked as the shape was found, now that the all-Swedish site is at stake.
But even Trelleborg had a great summer and autumn and it would not be a bit of a half-time series start if a direct venue could be picked. For a while, TFF did not even look like a threat in the top layer of the table, but slowly but surely harvested the land. Slightly worse, however, it became the end – yet only a loss on the 13 last series battles.
TFF shall apply as favorite at home
Of course, the difference is great between Allsvenskan and Superettan. We shall not sweep under the carpet.
But should J-Södra be favorites in an initial away meeting? I do not mean that at all. Secondly, Trelleborg is a wholly challenged challenger who has shown great qualities during the year and especially at home. It was as little as a single loss on the classic Vångavall, nine won and five unfinished.
And J-Södra, they won only one of 15 away matches in Allsvenskan, 1-7-7 in the finish line. In other words, they did not even manage to record the trees on their feet when they were at their best and that is a bit of a worry.
In front of the match, J-Södra should be fully satisfied with a draw outcome. Think they will become a little more defensive and unable to win here, then step forward in the home meeting.
Our Prediction: DRAW / @ 2.03