#TeamParieur 🇰🇿 Tobol - Taraz ➔ Taraz +0,5 mi-temps @ 3,60 (0,5%) ➔ Les équipes marquent @ 2,15 (0,5%) ➔ Tobol +1,5 buts marqués @ 1,60 (1,5%)
#AUSvIND | FIFTY! Shikhar Dhawan has luck going his way again! He gets to his 30th ODI fifty as India remain in the hunt. IND (178 for 4 in 24.2 overs), chasing 375 vs AUS. 1st ODI live:
Norwegian reserve football teams compete at all levels of league football within the Norwegian football league system apart from the top two divisions, Eliteserien and 1. divisjon.
Mjøndalen IF Fotball – commonly known as Mjøndalen IF, and Mjøndar'n or MIF – is the football department of Mjøndalen IF. Founded 1910, the club is located in Mjøndalen, Buskerud, Norway. The team plays its home matches in the 4,350-capacity Consto Arena.
Mjøndalen is the administrative centre of Nedre Eiker municipality in Buskerud county, Norway. It is situated south of the Drammenselva River opposite of Krokstadelva.
Mjøndalen IF is a Norwegian sports club located in Mjøndalen, Buskerud, Norway. Of the different athletic endeavours that the club supports, it may be best known in Norway for its bandy national championship teams and internationally for its association football national championship teams that have competed in UEFA championships.
Mjøndalen Station is located at the village of Mjøndalen in Nedre Eiker, Norway on the Sørlandet Line. Traditionally, this section of railway was regarded as part of the Randsfjorden Line.
Consto Arena is a football stadium located at Mjøndalen in Nedre Eiker, Norway. It is the home ground of Mjøndalen IF in the Eliteserien, providing a capacity for 4,350 spectators.
Mjøndalen Gummivarefabrikk was a rubber factory in Mjøndalen, Norway. It was formerly named Den Norske Kalosje- og Gummivarefabrik, and changed its name to Viking Mjøndalen when acquired by Askim-based company Viking Gummivarefabrikk.
The Kråkerøy speech, also known as the Fredrikstad speech, is the name of a speech given by Norwegian Prime Minister Einar Gerhardsen on February 29, 1948 at the Folkvang Assembly Hall on Kråkerøy Island near Fredrikstad. In the speech, he condemned the Norwegian Communist Party.
Kråkerøy is an island and a former municipality in Viken county, Norway. The island of Kråkerøy was separated from Glemmen as a municipality of its own January 1, 1908.
The borough of Kråkerøy is an administrative region in Fredrikstad, Norway.