Sep 10, 2012, 11:35 AM
The 33rd and final round of second place Ngogu Demba's Odense BK Championship run in the Danish league is billed for Sunday.
OB will clash with AGF, who will fight to stay in the series.
OB, who are at second with 56 points and nine points behind leaders København have settled for the silver medal, as joint third placed Ousman Jallow and Paul Jatta’s Brøndby IF and Esbjerg at 49 cannot close the gap on them.
Football pundits and officials of OB have predicted that the side can finish with a good victory on Sunday and welcome OB's second set of silver medals in a row.
OB, who recently booked a ticket in next season’s Europe League following a 2-1 win over cup finalists FC Nordsjælland after Sunday's final game will be embarking on a series of three friendly matches during the rest of May, before a three-week holiday.
Ousman Jallow and Paul Jatta's Brøndby IF will face fellow Superliga side relegation threatened Randers Sunday in Denmark, to defend the third position which is keenly contested by Esbjerg.
In the other side of Europe, Sunday will witness an all-Gambian duel in the Finish League between Demba Savage's FC Honka with that of Dawda Bah, HJK Helsinki.
Dawda's Veikkausliiga side, current leaders at 10 points will be defending their lead to avoid closest and potential title challengers JJK at 9, from overtaking should rivals win over on Monday. Savage’s Honka might have the biggest chance of moving from 5th position and 7 points up in the ladder if the tables will be in their favour.
In the Swiss Super League, also on Sunday Gambian duo Jagne and Savage will be faced with tough and decisive matches.
Mid-fielder Pa Modou Jagne'sside will meet FC Sion, while Abdourahman Dampha's Neuchatel Xamaxwill take on FC Zurich
In the Sweden-Superettan league Aziz Corr, Saihou and Alieu Jagne’s GIF Sundsvall will take on 4th place Syrianska FC at 11 points.
GIF in six matches is sitting 7th and 9 points and 4 points behind current leaders Norrköping.