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ÍBV and Breidablik play at the Hásteinsvöllur, in a clash of the 11th round of the Landsbankadeild Karla. At this stadium, the head-to-head record indicates a balance between these two teams, as there have been 3 draws in the last 3 matches. Effectively, the last time they met at this stadium was on 22-09-2019, in a Landsbankadeild Karla match that ended in a draw by (1-1). The goals of the match were scored by G. Martin (32′ ) for ÍBV and by H. Gunnlaugsson (23′ ) for Breidablik. Home advantage could play an important role in this match, as Breidablik have significant differences in home and away results.

After 4 draws and 6 defeats, the home team is on the 12th position, having gained 4 points. In their last match, they drew with Fram away by (3-3), after in the previous match they lost at home, in a match against Víkingur Reykjavík, by (0-3). This is a team that maintains its performance when playing away from its stadium, as in the last 30 games it records 7 wins, 3 draws and 5 losses as a visitor; against 7 wins, 3 draws and 5 losses in its stadium. In the last 5 home games in the championship, ÍBV has 2 draws and 3 defeats, having won 2 points out of a possible 15.

In this competition, it hasn’t won in 10 matches. The team has allowed goals to its opponent in 9 of its last 10 games in this competition, so it has not been very strong defensively. This is a team that scores few times first and has only managed to open the scoring in 2 of its last 10 games by Landsbankadeild Karla, and has never reached halftime in advantage. In 10 games in the competition, they have never managed to turn the score around in the 7 games in which they have conceded the first goal.

ÍBV enter this round after a 3-3 draw in their trip to Fram Reykjavík, thus registering their 10th straight match without a win in this competition: the team’s goals were scored by Andri Rúnar Bjarnason (2) and Alex Freyr Hilmarsson. In this round it is expected that ÍBV will opt to play with a 4-4-2 tactical design, in order to channel their attacking sector through the central corridor. No. 99 Andri Rúnar Bjarnason is the main attacking reference for the home team, and the striker is excellent in his marking moves. All players are available for this game.

The visiting team is playing against ÍBV in a late match of round 11, after 10 wins and 1 loss in their league matches up to this point. This is a stronger team when playing at its home stadium, as in the last 30 games it records 9 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses as a visitor; compared to 14 wins and 1 loss at its home stadium. In the last game they played, for VISA Bikar Karla, they beat ÍA away by (2-3). Its last game as a visitor for this competition ended with a defeat by (3-2) against Valur. In their last 5 away league games, Breidablik has 4 wins and 1 loss and has taken 12 points from a possible 15. Their attack has been scoring regularly, as they have scored at least one goal in each of their last 10 games for this competition. This is a team that often scores first: it has opened the scoring in 10 of its last 11 games for Landsbankadeild Karla, of those 10 it has come to half-time ahead in 8 and has always managed to keep the lead until the end of the 90′.

Breidablik come into this match motivated after a triumph, 2-3, on the trip to the Akranes’ home ground for the Icelandic Cup. In their last league match, the visitors beat Reykjavik 4-0. Like the opponent in this round, Breidablik usually plays a 4-3-3, favoring a more attacking game, where the three most advanced men Jason Dadi Svanthórsson, Gísli Eyjólfsson and Dagur Dan Thórhallsson. The visiting team usually plays a more disorganized, counter-attacking game, trying to take advantage of any opponent’s mistakes. All players are available for this game.

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OVER 3.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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Author: Jim Rogers