As one of the first matches to be played in Europe after the COVID lockdown, Randers FC will take on AGF before May is over.
In what seems to be a prety uneventful match, it was one of the first to be announced. Now, granted the Bundesliga is going to start this weekend, but the Danish restart was announced first
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On Thursday May 28th, Randers will travel to Århus to battle AGF in a clash of these two evenly matched Superliga league teams. Weather on match day is looking like a wet and cold day, and temperatures reaching a maximum of only 3 degreeswith a chance of light rain, which will make playing unpleasant. 3rd placed AGF is fresh off their 1-2 loss against Silkeborg, and AGF is looking for direction having 6 win and 2 losses in their last 10 matches, while 7th placed Randers is fresh off their 0-2 loss against Midtjylland, and Randers is looking for direction having 4 win and 4 losses in their last 10 matches.
On Oct 6th, Randers hosted AGF at the Cepheus Park Randers in their last match together. Randers won by a score of 2 to 0 in front of almost seven thousand spectators. E. Riis struck first for Randers in the 53th minute on a feed from M. Egho, then A. Kamara added another in the 87th minute. In the end, AGF couldn't muster any offence and Randers ran away with the shutout win.
Randers is lucky enough to have a few offensive weapons, with Vito Hammershoj-Mistrati and Bjorn Kopplin each having 1 goal in their last five. Patrick Mortensen has been the most prolific scorer on AGF in the last five matches with three goals
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