AIK Stockholm vs Helsingborgs Prediction | Allsvenskan | 08/23

The match review to the football AIK Stockholm vs Helsingborgs prediction in Allsvenskan about the competing teams’ current performances and their current matches, the detailed stats of the qualities, upcoming match H2H matches, goal stats, table standings ranking, and possible match results. The AIK Stockholm vs Helsingborgs prediction should all be considered to put down an effective wager on this match.

AIK Stockholm vs Helsingborgs prediction


  • Match date: 3:30 pm on Sunday 23rd August 2020
  • Event: Allsvenskan
  • Stage: Matchday 17th
  • Location: Friends Arena


AIK Stockholm vs Helsingborgs prediction





  • Round 17 of the Allsvenskan League, AIK Stockholm will have a match to welcome Helsingborg at home with many hopes that they can rebuild the team’s spirit.
  • In fact, it is a great force of Swedish football, but AIK Stockholm shows a very poor face. Currently, they are ranked 13th on the rankings with only 14 points obtained after 14 matches played. If you do not quickly regain your form, AIK Stockholm can completely fall into a relegation battle when the distance with the team in the red light area is only 1 point.
  • On the visitors’ side, in the previous round, Helsingborg had just lost to Sirius FK with a score of 1-2, which was also the 14th unbeatable match in 16 rounds of this team. The poor result above makes their team still bottomed with only 13 points. A poor defense is one of the big reasons Helsingborg is in a good position up to now. 27 goals in 16 matches made Helsingborg become the team with the worst defense in the tournament.
  • Statistics show that up to 8/10 times the two sides recently met, the match ended no less than 3 goals per match. Thereby, it can be seen that the open game came from two teams. In addition, the defense of both players is playing loosely, making the match’s door even more possible. So, talent is an investment point trusted by experts for the match tonight.

AIK Stockholm vs Helsingborgs prediction

  • H1 score: AIK Stockholm 1-1 Helsingborg
  • H1 Asian handicap: Helsingborg +0.25
  • H1 Over/Under: Over
  • H1 European odds: Draw HT


  • AIK Stockholm is showing very poor performance in the past. In the last 8 rounds, this team did not win with 3 draws and 5 losses. Their defense played loosely when they received 14 goals and scored only 5 goals. AIK Stockholm’s home field performance was also nothing better when they failed in all three matches played at the nearest home field.
  • On the other side of the front line, Helsingborg is no different from the home team. Specifically, in the last 4 matches, they only have 1 victory, the rest are 3 defeats. The main cause of defeats from the defense when they have 11 mistakes leading to goals. However, the defense is still the fulcrum of this team when they still play actively with 6 sales after the last 4 matches. On the away front, Helsingborg is showing weakness when they only won 2 away games, including 10 defeats.
  • Helsingborg brought this competition with the most impoverished face, clearly no advantageous element for them. Meanwhile, playing at home this weekend will be the salvation for AIK to improve their achievements. Although AIK only earned a meager 5 points at home this season. But before a Helsingborg is playing smoothly, it is the right time for the AIK to have the joy of victory. Helsingborg is in difficulty because the attack can not compensate for the errors that come from the defense. Because of that, a return failure of coach Olof Melberg and his students is not too surprising.

AIK Stockholm vs Helsingborgs prediction

  • FT score: AIK Stockholm 2-1 Helsingborg
  • FT Asian handicap: AIK Stockholm -0.75
  • FT Over/Under: Over
  • FT European odds: AIK Stockholm FT


  • AIK: Haugaard, Karlsson, Mets, Granli, Lindkvist, Hussein, Larsson, Bahoui, Goitom, Rashidi, Abraham.
  • Helsingborg: Anders Lindegaard, Mikkel Diskerud, Adam Eriksson, Martin Olsson, Ravy Tsouka Dozi, Brandur Olsen, Max Svensson, Mohammed Abubakari, Rasmus Jonsson, Armin Gigovic, Anthony van den Hurk.