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Free Football Tip For Saturday 28th May

In Norwegian Tippeligaen on May 28, 2011 at 9:13 am

If you’ve come here to find my thoughts on the Champions League final, please scroll down as yesterday’s post is immediately below this one.

Norwegian Tippeligaen

5:00pm

 Strømsgodset v Fredrikstad

A possible bankroll booster for you before you blow it all on Barcelona v Manchester United finishing 3-3…

Although the numbers are positive for Godset (they’re already one of the most improved teams in a wide open competition this season), Fredrikstad have won at Brann and Aalesund this season and are obviously no mugs having also beaten Vålerenga at home.

However, the visitors have already lost at two of the top four teams and as they’ve lost their last three at the Marienlyst Stadium, the recommendation is back Strømsgodset.

Result: Godset 1, Fredrikstad 0

I’ll add the result when I get back from what’s being euphemistically referred to as a ‘Champions League Final Barbecue’ tomorrow and all being well (ie if the hangover isn’t too bad) I’ll have some more tips.

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Srsly, RBK, WTF? Tippeligaen Power Rankings After Week 7

In Norwegian Tippeligaen on May 17, 2011 at 9:38 am

Off to an unpredictable start, this season could be the most competitive in  Norway for some time. Rosenborg and Vålerenga already look out of it, but with only three points currently separating the top eight clubs, who knows what’s going to happen.

1. Brann (+2)

Kim Ojo strikes again (sixth goal this season), but it’s Jamaican midfielder Rudolf/Rodolf Austin they need to thank for the late penalty winner against Start. Unbeaten away record also helps.

2. Strømsgodset (-1)

Took an early lead at Aalesund but couldn’t hold on and dropped to their second defeat of the season. Still undefeated at home.

3. Tromsø (-)

Looked like they’d beaten Sarpsborg 08, but a very late equaliser from former Stromsgodset striker Michael Røn means that there’s a five way tie at the top going into Thursday’s games. Along with Strømsgodset and Sarpsborg, they are one of three sides without a home defeat; have also avoided being beaten on the road but need to stop drawing and start winning to be taken seriously as title contenders.

4. Stabaek (-2)

Lost at home to Sogndal

5. Aalesund (+1)

6. Molde (+1)

7. Lillestrøm (-2)

Haven’t lost away yet but they are underperforming at home.

8. Start (-)

9. Odd Grenland (-)

10. Viking (-)

Home form is beginning to be a cause for concern, no wins yet.

11. Haugesund (+1)

I couldn’t find any record of Haugesund beating Rosenborg before, but if that’s the case then Thomas Sørum will go down in the history of football in Rogaland.

As for the next two – Rosenborg’s collapse is pretty comprehensive and Valerenga’s away record (which wasn’t that good last season) has declined.

12. Vålerenga (-1)

13. Rosenborg (-)