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Östersunds vs Örebro live streaming: Watch online, preview, prediction & odds Östersunds 1 3 Örebro 90' + 6' ' Match ended 75' Dino Islamović 58' 45' 28' Sixten Mohlin 17 Curtis Edwards 99 Dino Islamović 8 Jamie Hopcutt 18 Marco Weymans 77 Noah Sonko Sundberg 4 Rewan Amin Östersunds vs Örebro live streaming match details If you want to watch Östersunds vs Örebro online, these are the live streaming instructions. Match: Östersunds vs Örebro Competition: Allsvenskan Date: May 20, 2019 Kick-off time: 6:00 pm, May 20, 2019 (UK time) Stadium: Jämtkraft Arena Östersunds vs Örebro live streaming via Bet365 is available in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Östersunds vs Örebro live streaming: Match preview There are four matches in the Swedish Allsvenskan on Monday night and they all kick off at the same time. Both Ostersunds and Orebro have made underwhelming starts to the season, and they will be super keen to reverse that trend on Monday night. The home side are in eighth place, with 13 points from nine matches.
Ostersunds have though failed to win any of their last three games and will be keen to turn things around. Orebro are third bottom with one win in five. They have just eight points from nine games. At this stage, they will be wondering if they are set to endure a very tough season. 101 Great Goals predicts: Östersunds 2 – Örebro 1 Östersunds on Instagram pre Swedish Allsvenskan match vs Örebro How to watch a Östersunds vs Örebro live stream In order to watch a Östersunds vs Örebro live stream you must have a funded Bet365 account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours.
Bet365 are showing a Östersunds vs Örebro live stream, legally and straight onto your computer or on to your hand held device, be it an iPhone, iPad or Android. Östersunds vs Örebro live stream is available everywhere to watch, besides Sweden, Singapore & United States. Everywhere else across the world – including the United Kingdom and Ireland – is fine to watch Östersunds vs Örebro on Bet365. NOTE: Please be aware that you will need an active Bet365 account to watch Östersunds vs Örebro. Get the biggest Daily stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email With Plymouth Argyle's search for a new manager continuing to gather pace, a new name has emerged among the frontrunners to succeed Derek Adams at Home Park. Brian Wake is a relative unknown on these shores and even as a player, the 36-year-old's career was spent in lower and non-League with the likes of Carlisle United, Gretna and Scarborough before a spell north of the border with Hamilton Academical and Greenock Morton. A further year at Gateshead ensued before the Stockton-on-Tees man crossed the North Sea and spent some time in Sweden in 2011 playing for Ostersunds FK. He also represented Umea and Ytterhogdals IK before turning his attention to coaching. Wake is now the third favourite - behind Bury boss Ryan Lowe and Newport County chief Michael Flynn - to take over from Adams in an ever-changing market. He is priced at 6/1 with Sky Bet, along with Bristol Rovers boss Graham Coughlan. Wake has certainly been in Plymouth over the weekend, most likely for an interview, and posted a picture on his social media account Twitter of Platters on the Barbican, where he had a meal on Sunday. But was his 'decisions, decisions' tweet the previous day in reference to him being offered a role at Home Park, or merely what to have as his main meal? Wake joined Ostersunds in June 2018 after their then manager, Graham Potter, quit for Swansea City. At the time, the club were on a high, having enjoyed great success by going on a superb run in the Europa League that season, which was ultimately ended by Arsenal. The Swedish side lost the first leg 3-0 at home, but gave the multi-millionaires and their manager, Arsene Wenger, an almighty scare by leading the second leg 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium before a Saed Kolasinac goal saw the Gunners through 4-2 on aggregate. Potter's stock was high and he headed for Swansea wand Wake became part of Potter's successor, Ian Burchnall's, backroom staff at Ostersunds. But now, it seems the man with Middlesbrough FC in his heart is ready to break free and go solo at Home Park. At 36 and with experience at a novel club like Ostersunds, Wake certainly ticks many of the boxes that chairman Simon Hallett and his board seem to be looking for in a new manager. "We want somebody who is forward-thinking, so a kind of modern football manager, not the old school kick the players until they work harder," is what Hallett told Plymouth Live earlier this month. Ostersunds are novel in the sense that they have successfully taken players in from across Europe, especially England, and blended them with homegrown players to create a different, but successful that is challenging at the top end of Sweden's top flight. Andrew Mills, Curtis Edwards, Jerrell Sellars Charlie Colkett and Jamie Hopcutt are the current Englishman earning a living at the club, but arguably the biggest name is the troubled Ravel Morrison, the former Manchester United once called the 'best in the world' by Sir Alex Ferguson. Morrison look destined for a stellar career in football before outside influences saw his development go down the wrong path, but away from the limelight, he is enjoying his football once more in Scandanavian backwaters. Head coach Burchnall told the Independent in a recent interview that hundreds of players are contacting him and Ostersunds, aware of the progress they are making as a club by giving rejected English players a chance in the game, so one thing in Wake's favour would no doubt be that direct link to his current boss and a significant contacts book. In another interview with the BBC, Burchnall spoke of how blossoming coaches like him and Wake just don't get the chance to succeed in the English game with clubs reticent to give them an opportunity. Maybe Argyle will take that chance on Wake.