Aarhus were set as quite an underdog away from home against Nordsjaelland last time out and the team gave a really good fight but int eh end suffered narrow 1:0 defeat. The goal came very late, but overall it was a deserved win in more open clash than what the result says. They at the eleventh position with seven points less than play-off placed side and therefore needs to win here.
Hobro comes from their third game without a victory and a single goal scored, but the side managed to take a point at least this time welcoming Sondersjyske and holding them to a goalless game. The visitors looked a bit better but lacked efficiency. The side remains last at the table with just three points earned so far on the road out of nine games.
The hosts will miss first goalkeeper Whalley (10/0), but also midfielder Sverrisson (7/0) and forward Riel (1/0). The guests are missing defender Tjornelund (3/0), midfielder Olsen (6/0) and forward Antipas (8/2).
Hobro isn’t looking impressive at the moment, especially not on the road. They struggle a lot in offense and I simply can’t see them stopping decent Aarhus this time. Home victory with a clean sheet is the most likely outcome.