Arokoyo side managed to edge league second placed Helsingborg last week on 4-3 conceding two late goals after storming in front with three goals advantages.
“We can pull a surprise though we are away from home – we need to keep the metality and so a win against Brommapojkarna
will do – We can do it, i believe in the quality we have,” the former 2011 U-20 African Championship winner said.
Victory for Mjallby amy see them fire up into the top six that eluded them in over two-month from eighth spot owing to poor result earlier in the league.
Fifteen-placed Brommapojkarna will have a few to fight for playing at home and banking on home support against Gbenga Arokoyo’s Mjallby.
Mjallby has garnered 28 points from 20 matches in the current league season.