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Kalmar vs Atvidabergs

Kalmar wins their home premier


Kalmar’s Norwegian left back Bjornar Holmvik leaves Kalmar and goes to the Norwegian side Fredrikstad. Holmvik wanted to live closer to his family according to Kalmar’s home page.

Suspended: None
Doubtful: None
Injuries / unavailable: None

Suspended: None
Doubtful: None
Injuries / unavailable: None


Both these teams won their premier with 2-1. Kalmar beat Brommapojkarna away while Atvidabergs beat Elfsborg at home.

Kalmar made a very good match when they beat Brommapojkarna, the win could have been bigger. 21 year old midfielder Soderqvist, one of the best players on the pitch, scored two goals. He and the other young promising talents in Kalmar have shown good skills during preseason. If they can keep it up, this might be a good season for Kalmar.

Atvidabergs made a great first half but a much worse second half in the premier. They were lucky to escape with three points. Kristian Bergstrom is 38 years old but still one of the best midfield wingers in the league which he showed against Elfsborg. Kalmar’s young team has to be careful with him.

Overall Kalmar should be a better team than Atvidabegrs, even though it is a bit early in the season to say that. Kalmar might, if everything goes their way, challenge for the top positions. Atvidabergs will probably be found in the middle of the table. Kalmar wins here on both current form and quality.


Both matches between these teams finished 0-0 last year.

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