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AB Kobenhavn vs Lyngby
Visiting team Lyngby travels only about 6-7 kilometers south to face local rivals AB (Gladsaxe).
I find the odds a little too high on the away side here, due to a variety of reasons:
Last season AB only managed to avoid relegation on the final match of the season, by beating Lyngby by 4-2 in a game where AB had to win and where Lyngby had nothing to play for. That 4-2 win saved them from relegation with only a better goal difference than Skive IK. (Second consecutive season where AB managed to avoid relegation on the final day of the season)
Yet still they find themselves spending all winter in the relegation zone.
And this winter's been quite chaotic. Club "legend" and captain Klaus Lykke left the club after a disagreement with coach.
After being the first choice to the starting eleven for about a decade in the club, he didn't leave quietly. He's loved by every fan and the fan club went crazy and the media also made it impossible for anyone to not have an opinion in this matter.
As if that wasn't bad enough the important Center back Mads Ibenfeldt (196cm / 6.43ft) suddenly threw a bomb only a week ago and left the club to move with his girlfriend to London.
The two of them are among the 10-11 players who left the club this winter. And AB have been a club where many many many changes in the squad is made in every transfer window, which isn't exactly what you'd like as a coach. Constantly having to build up a new team after every window. AB is a Copenhagen surburban club who pretty much grab players that moves to Copenhagen or players that the big clubs in the Copenhagen area cannot use. It's actually not a bad idea, but when players come in and leave in the next window and it's up to 10+ players in every window it becomes a nightmare to any coach!
Now starting the second half of the season starting 4 points short of Hvidovre on the safe side of the relegation zone, I personally have AB as big favorites along side Marienlyst to suffer relegation. I can't see AB for the 3rd consecutive season avoid relegation. And I believe they will begin 2014 as poor as 2013 ended. They will lose this derby.
As written AB beat Lyngby 4-2 on the very final match of last season, in a game where AB had everything to play for and Lyngby noting. That win was AB's first home win agains rivals Lyngby in more than 10 years.
And Lyngby already beat AB twice this season. 0-3 win in the Cup on AB's stadium and 2-1 win home in Lyngby.
I could write an even longer preview of away side Lyngby. But the numbers speak for themselves, in the 1st half of the season Lyngby showed very poor away form and gained most of their points at home. That is also why I only tip an away win and no handicap betting of any kind.
It's the first game of the yeah, it's a derby match and it could be a nervous start to the game. But considering all the chaos around AB, the many departures and arrivals of new players I cannot see them grab points in this match. Lyngby should and will show that their young and talented squad is way better than AB.
There are no suspensions nor serious injuries in either side, that should have any major impact on this match.
My tip. Away win!