The first game on this list comes from the Swedish Allsvenskan, where eighth in the table Kalmar host fifth-placed Hammarby on matchday eight.
Two of the hosts last three matches have seen both teams score, having been beaten 3-1 by Swedish champions Malmo, as well as drawing 2-2 with Elfsborg, despite taking a two-goal lead via strikes from Per Frick and Leo Vaisanen.
Both teams have scored in all three of Hammarby’s last three league matches, as they beat the likes of Sirius and Varberg 3-2 and 3-1, before drawing 2-2 with Djurgarden, pegging the league leaders back twice in the game thanks to goals from Gustav Ludwigson and Astrit Selmani.
Hammarby have scored 13 and conceded 11 in their opening seven matches, having had a slow start to the season, whilst Kalmar have hit the back of the net six times and conceded the same amount.
The last time these two sides met at Kalmar, Hammarby recorded a 2-1 win in July last year, despite falling behind to an early goal from Isak Magnusson, before drawing level via a Paulinho Guerreiro strike in first-half stoppage time. Hammarby then pressed on and scored the winning goal of the game through Ludwigson with 17 minutes to go.