Match Time:7/29/2020 23:59 Wednesday（GMT+8）
Stromsgodset are without the injured Herman Stengel and Jonathan Parr but otherwise they have a fully fit group of players to choose from.
Brann’s only injury doubt is goalkeeper Ali Ahamada. The club has no suspensions ahead of this game.
Injured/unavailable: Jonathan Parr (knee), Herman Stengel (unspecified)
Injured/unavailable: Ali Ahamada (ankle)
MAIN PREDICTION: HOME WIN
Stromsgodset played away against Valerenga in round ten, a game they lost 2-0. It meant that the Drammen club have now lost back to back league matches and have won just one of their last seven outings. At home, Stromsgodset have lost just one in their last five matches. They have also failed to score in four of their ten league fixtures and goals have been a real issue for them with just 11 scored overall.
After failing to find a winner against Kristiansund, Brann drew a second successive home match 1-1. Gilbert Koomson put the Bergen club ahead before Dan Ulvestad levelled for the visitors three minutes from time. In away games, Brann have lost their last two in the league: 5-0 against Bodo Glimt and 1-0 vs Odd BK. And after picking up just two points from back to back home games more struggles might lie ahead in this match.
Brann’s recent away form has been pretty poor in recent weeks, while Stromsgodset’s home form (excluding the defeat against Molde in their most recent game in Drammen) has been solid – for these reasons I will predict a home win in this one.
SECOND PREDICTION: HILO – HIGH
Stromsgodset’s last three home games in the league have all contained 2.5 total goals or more. I will predict another high scoring encounter here.
HEAD TO HEAD
Stromsgodset romped to a 6-0 victory in this match last season; while the sides drew 1-1 in Bergen. The last time Brann won in Drammen was way back in the 2014 season.