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4 Rewarding Bet Options In The Danish SuperLiga This Season

The Danish Superliga is a good hunting ground for punters
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While not one of the more popular leagues in Europe, the Danish SuperLiga continues to excite punters with superb odds.

Brondby are the defending champions having won both the regular and championship playoffs last season.

This season, however, Midtjylland top the group for the regular campaign with 35 points, two ahead of Copenhagen. Indeed, both teams are the most successful in the division. Hence, it is no surprise to see them hold these positions.

Frank Onyeka, a Nigeria international, spent four seasons with Midtjylland before joining Brentford who gained promotion to the Premier League for the first time last season. In truth, the league is a major stepping stone for some of the finest players to the major leagues in Europe.

With just five matches left to play in the regular season of the Danish SuperLiga, some bet options have emerged to help smart punters earn big.

Here are four of them:

Over 2.5 Goals In Matches Involving Midtjylland

It has been mixed fortunes for the Wolves this season. They seem on the way to reclaiming their league title from Brondby. However, they have been out of sorts on the continent.

The Jutland-based club was dumped out in the third round of the UEFA Champions League qualifiers by PSV and also failed to qualify for the Europa League knockouts.

Midtjylland are on course to win the league

Bo Henriksen’s men have won 11 matches, more than every team in the division. Yet, they have the second-best attack and defence.

They are aggressive, in and out of possession, a quality they are unable to keep up for the entirety of the game. They look almost sure to concede in every game, one of their banes in Europe this season.

So far, they have recorded nine over 2.5 margins in the Danish SuperLiga this season. This option is very safe, one that smart punters can take advantage of.

Goal/Goal In Matches Involving Nordsjaelland

Nordsjaelland have been poor by every standard possible- including theirs- this season. From finishing fifth in the Championship playoffs last season, they sit comfortably in 10th place this term. They look sure to partake in the relegation playoffs after gameweek 22.

Indeed, as early as the 2011/12 season, they won the Danish SuperLiga and qualified for the Champions League.

Nordsjaelland have been horrible this season

Flemming Pedersen, previously the technical director before being appointed as coach has failed to lift the team this season, particularly the defence. Even with three central defenders, they have not stopped conceding goals.

Even then, scoring has equally been a problem. Midfielder, Oliver Villadsen is the team’s highest scorer with four goals. 17-year old Andreas Schjelderup (midfielder) has managed just three goals.

10 out of 17 matches played have ended with both teams on the score sheet. This is a must-have option for every punter interested in the Danish SuperLiga.

Over 1.5 Goals In Matches Involving Randers

Randers have remained consistent as one of the top six teams over the last few seasons. They finished last season in sixth place and remain in fifth position this term.

The Horses have also progressed to the Round of 32 in the Europa Conference League after finishing second behind AZ Alkmaar.

Randers love to score

Nigerian forward, Stephen Odey has been largely prolific since joining them last winter. The former Amiens player has scored 5 goals.

This season, they have recorded 14 over 1.5 goal margins. This option promises plenty of rewards for punters.

FC Copenhagen Double Chance At Home

This option is almost guaranteed to deliver sweet rewards for smart punters.

Copenhagen sits fifth on the Danish SuperLiga table. Of course, as things stand, they stand a chance of winning the title.

The Lions have been just as dominant in Europe. They are through to the knockouts of the Europa Conference League

Copenhagen has lost just once at home this season

Jess Thorup’s men have been impregnable at home. Notably, the defence has been the foundation for this feat. In 17 matches, they have conceded just 13 goals, the least by any team in the Danish top-flight. They have also scored the most goals. Their only Achilles heel has been their inability to finish off games at times.

Copenhagen has won or drawn seven out of eight matches at home.