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Match in Focus

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Brondby v Silkeborg

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Silkeborg scored an impressive 67 goals on the way to the Danish second-tier title last year
Expert verdict
Silkeborg made an impressive start to their campaign by holding title favourites FC Copenhagen to a draw last week and are capable of frustrating Brondby with a similar performance. The second-favourites for the Superliga title were convincingly beaten at Midtjylland last week and look set for another stern test.