• AGF have lost only two of their previous 11 matches at home in the Superliga.
  • Odense have won only three of their 12 away games in the league this term.
  • Both teams have scored in 15 of AGF’s 24 Superliga matches this season. 

Odense are set for the relegation round in the Danish Superliga and AGF, who have all but secured a spot in the championship round, should run out comfortable winners when they clash at Ceres Park.

AGF returned from the league’s hiatus with a stalemate against Randers while Odense are yet to play since the break and any complacency is sure to be punished.

AGF are unbeaten in their last five home assignments in the Danish Superliga and have shipped only 13 goals in the 12 matches played in their own backyard this campaign.

As for Odense, they were on a dreadful run of form before the break, failing to win any of their last six away from home, losing to Aalborg, Lyngby, Horsens and Copenhagen as part of that run.

AGF sit above three of those sides in the current standings and should represent a step-up in quality.

They have failed to score in only two of their 12 home games this season while Odense have scored in eight of their road matches so this could be a high-scoring affair. With those figures in mind, the best bet could be to back AGF to win with 2-1 the correct score prediction.

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