JOHN KRETLOW - Friday, October 21, 2011
Matt Pyzdrowski and Ängelholms FF need a win against Hammarby for a shot at automatic promotion while Brian Edwards and Degerfors IF look to finish their season on a high note.
Ängelholms FF - Hammarby
Matt Pyzdrowski and Ängelholms FF take on Hammarby in the last game of the Superettan season with an automatic promotion spot on the line.
Pyzdrowski started and went the distance last week. He is likely to feature once again this weekend.
Ängelholms is in a qualification promotion spot but with a win and GIF Sundsvall loss, they could pass them and be promoted this weekend.
Hammarby need to win in order to ensure their spot out of a relegation qualifier spot.
David Bennhage will miss due to suspension for Ängelholms.
Hammarby's Simon Helg will also miss due to suspension.
IK Brage - Degerfors IF
Brian Edwards and Degerfors IF take on IK Brage to finish off the Superettan season.
Edwards started and played ninety minutes in Degerfors' loss last weekend. He is likely to start once again.
Degerfors are officially out of the promotion race but they will still be out to finish their season strong. They lost to Falkenberg last week.
Brage need a win in order to ensure a relegation playoff spot and not automatic relegation.
Christophe Lallet will miss for Degerfors because of suspension.
Niklas Sandberg and Jon Åslund are suspended as well for Brage.
Brommapojkarna - Ljungskile SK
Nick Noble and Michael Thomas look to help Ljungskile SK as they take on Brommapojkarna.
Noble started and went the distance last week. He is likely to start while Thomas is questionable to feature.
Ljungskile lost last weekend against Brage but they look to reverse their luck and finish the season strong. They are out of the promotion race and cannot be relegated.
Brommapojkarna beat Landskrona last week and they look for the win in order to finish their season on a four game unbeaten streak.
Aleksandar Kitic is suspended and will miss for Ljungskile.
Ryan Miller could feature in Halmstad's game against Sam Petrone and Mjällby.