PREVIEW: LJUNGSKILE - BRAGE
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Thursday, June 10, 2010
Nick Noble returns to his normal spot in net for Ljungskile who welcome in newly promoted Brage to Starke Arvid Arena on Saturday in Swedish Superettan play.

Noble has been the starting goalkeeper all season long for Ljungskile who have dopped just two matches on the year.

Unfortunately one of those defeats was their last time out when they fell to Assyriska 2-1.

The match-up against the visitors who played in Sweden's third level of professional soccer last season will be a difficult one.

Unlike most newly promoted clubs, Brage are achieving noted success in their first season back in the Superettan sitting in seventh place with 13 points.

Ljungskile are also at 13 points and hope to kickstart their maligned offense which has mustered just five goals on the campaign.

Brage will be without midfielder Andreas Hedlund who is out for the season with an injury while Ljungskile's Eric Kristoffersen and Andrew Tobiasson are also doubtful for Saturday's affair.
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