Brommapojkarna vs Malmo prediction, odds & betting tips – 01/06/2024

Brommapojkarna vs Malmo predictions
Malmo top the Allsvenskan table heading into their game against Brommapojkarna – Photo by Icon sport

Table-toppers Malmo make the trip to Brommapojkarna this weekend looking to extend their advantage.

The hosts sit in mid-table as things stand and don't have a good record against Saturday's guests so with the odds stacked against them, can Brommapojkarna cause an upset in this game?

Brommapojkarna vs Malmo predictions: Is another win on the cards for Malmo?

Key Stats

  • Malmo have won each of their last six games against Brommapojkarna and the visitors head into Saturday's match on the back of four wins from their last five outings in the Allsvenskan.
  • Brommapojkarna have lost two of their last three at home, failing to score in each of those defeats, while Malmo have won and kept a clean sheet in three of their last five fixtures which is why we're backing a 2-0 win for the visitors this weekend.
  • Isaac Thelin top scores for Malmo this season with nine Allsvenskan goals and is in great form right now with goals in each of his last three outings.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Odds stacked against the hosts

  • HOME: 5/1 (6.00) – 16.7%
  • DRAW: 18/5 (4.60) – 21.7%
  • AWAY: 4/7 (1.57) – 63.6%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

Malmo are the expected winners of this game with a probability of 63.6%, and we can only see this game ending in an away win.

Brommapojkarna drew 1-1 at Vasteras last time out, while Malmo claimed a 2-1 win at home against Elfsborg.

For more football betting tips on the game, check out the Both Teams to Score market. You can back BTTS at 4/6 (1.67) which has a probability of 60%, or you could go the other way and back BTTS – No at 13/10 (2.30) with a probability of 43.5%.

Last five H2Hs: Malmo dominate

Sweden Allsvenskan 02/10/23

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

2
Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

1

Sweden Allsvenskan 08/04/23

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

1
Malmo FF

Malmo FF

2

Sweden Allsvenskan 02/09/18

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

0
Malmo FF

Malmo FF

3

Sweden Allsvenskan 23/04/18

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

3
Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

1

Sweden Cup 04/03/18

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

3
Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

1

Malmo have won each of their last five games against Brommapojkarna, claiming a 2-1 victory when the pair last locked horns in October.

Team news and form guide

Brommapojkarna: Failed to win any of their last 13 against Malmo

The hosts look set to be without the likes of Liam Jordan and Kevin Ackermann for the tough home game against Malmo on Saturday.

Predicted lineup: Sidklev (GK), Heggem, Abrahamsson, Barslund, Waker, Fritzson, Christensen, Jensen, Odefalk, Vasić & Timossi Andersson

Sweden Allsvenskan 01/06/24

D

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

2

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

2

Sweden Allsvenskan 26/05/24

D

Vasteras SK

Vasteras SK

1

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

1

Sweden Allsvenskan 19/05/24

W

IFK Norrkoping

IFK Norrkoping

1

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

2

Sweden Allsvenskan 16/05/24

L

Djurgarden

Djurgarden

5

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

0

Sweden Allsvenskan 12/05/24

D

IFK Varnamo

IFK Varnamo

1

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

1

Malmo: Won four of their last five in the Allsvenskan

Anton Tinnerholm, Stefano Vecchia, Niklas Moisander and Daníel Gudjohnsen could all miss the trip to Brommapojkarna this weekend through injury.

Predicted lineup: Dahlin (GK), Stryger Larsen, Jansson, Cornelius, Busanello, Christiansen, Peña, Berg Johnsen, Bolin, Kiese Thelin & Botheim 

Sweden Allsvenskan 01/06/24

D

Brommapojkarna

Brommapojkarna

2

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

2

Sweden Allsvenskan 28/05/24

W

Elfsborg

Elfsborg

1

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

2

Sweden Allsvenskan 24/05/24

W

Kalmar FF

Kalmar FF

0

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

5

Sweden Allsvenskan 20/05/24

D

BK Hacken

BK Hacken

2

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

2

Sweden Allsvenskan 16/05/24

W

GAIS

GAIS

0

Malmo FF

Malmo FF

1

Player to watch – Sebastian Nanasi

Malmo's Sebastian Nanasi broke into the first team last season with a bang, scoring 11 goals in 29 Allsvenskan appearances.

Malmö's Sebastian Nanasi in action – Photo by Icon Sport

The 22-year-old has made a bright start to the 2024 campaign with five goals and has started in each of the club's opening 11 league games. Nanasi who joined Malmo from Varberg in 2021 has developed really well in his three years at the Swedish giants and could be set for a move to one of Europe's bigger league soon.

Malmo's young midfielder continues to impress

We're backing Nanasi to put in another top performance away at Brommapojkarna on Saturday after the young midfielder scored in Malmo's last away game against Hacken.


A lifelong Evertonian, James started writing for an Everton fan site in the mid-2000s and then developed his own blog covering football transfers from across Europe's big leagues before becoming a regular match preview and betting tips writer for Biggest Free Bets. James moved to Free Super Tips next, and then Racing Post, where he worked as a full-time writer for a few years, taking on extra responsibilities such as creating the schedule and assigning out work. Following that, James wrote for a number of websites including Fore Bet before joining Football Whispers in December 2020.