DAVID SMITH - Saturday, March 26, 2011
Babajide Ogunbiyi and Viborg will look to bounce back from last weekend's tough loss to open the spring when they host Hjørring on Sunday.

The long winter break appeared to have done little to help the Greens overcome the demons which had haunted them throughout the first half of the season, as their faltering attack was held without a goal, and a late score by opponents Roskilde saw them return home empty-handed.

The result kept them within a short fall of the division's bottom three and a potentially embarrassing drop to the third tier of Danish soccer, making Sunday's match against promoted Hjørring a game in which they must go all out for the win.

Their visitors had an extra week added to their break, as their home match against Køge was canceled due to inclement weather. Despite just entering the division this season for the first time in club history, Hjørring have not looked in any way out of place, reaching a respectable ninth place and looking well clear of relegation danger.

Neither team is reporting any absences to their squads for the game from injury or suspension.