IFK Göteborg continues to hold first place, remains unbeaten on season, after a 1-1 draw with Malmö.

Helsingborg 5, Gefle 1
HELSINGBORG – Robin Simovic scored twice to help Helsingborg rally from an early deficit and knock off Gefle 5-1 April 27 at Olympia Stadium. Anders Wikström put Gefle in front after 10 minutes. Alejandro Bedoya tied the match in the 21st minute and Peter Larsson put HIF in front in the 43rd minute. Simovic scored twice in the second half to increase the lead to 4-1. Mattias Lindström made it 5-1 with this sixth goal of the season.

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Norrköping 4, Häcken 2
NORRKÖPING – Gunnar Heidar Thorvaldsson and Imad Khalili each had two goals to lead IFK Norrköping to a 4-2 win over BK Häcken April 26 at Nya Parken. Each struck once in each in half. Mostapha El Kabir scored twice for Häcken, giving him five goals this season.

Mjällby 4, Brommapojkara 2
SÖLVESBORG – Markus Ekenberg scored in the 79th minute to break open a 2-2 tie and lead Mjällby to a 4-2 win over Brommapojkarna April 28 at Strandvallen. Mauricio Albornoz and Andreas Haddad had first-half goals for Bromma while Kristian Haynes and Andreas Blomqvist answered for Mjällby. After Ekenberg snapped the tie Gbenga Arokoyo scored to ice the game.

Elfsborg 3, Östers 1
VÄXJÖ – Elfsborg won its second-straight match to remain unbeaten on the season, knocking off Osters 3-1 April 28 at Myresjöhus Arena. Lasse Nilsson had a pair of goals to lead Elfsborg to the win. His first staked the defending champions to a 1-0 lead in the 15th minute. Vladica Zlojutro tied the game 16 minutes later. Nilsson fired Elfsborg back on top in the 74th minute. Mohamed Bangura made it 3-1 in the 85th minute. It was his first goal for Elfsborg.

Syrianska 1, Djurgården 0
STOCKHOLM – Djurgården lost for the fifth time in six games, dropping a 1-0 decision to Syrianska April 27 at Stockholm Stadium. Besim Kunic scored the lone goal of the match in the 78th minute. It the days following the loss, Djurgården manager Magnus Pehrsson resigned after fans threatened him and his family with bodily harm if Djurgården lost another match. The team named Martin Sundgren its interim manager.

AIK 3, Halmstad 3
SOLNA – Halmstad rallied twice from a goal down to claim a 3-3 draw with AIK April 28 at Friends Arena. Mikael Boman gave HBK a lead in the 36th minute. Daniel Majstorovic and Henok Goitom put AIK on top just before the half. Gudjón Baldvinsson tied the game for Halmstad in the 59th minute. Kennedy Igboananike put AIK back in front in the 74th minute. John Blomberg tied the game for Halmstad in the 90th minute.

IFK Göteborg 1, Malmö 1
GÖTEBORG – Sam Larsson scored a late equalizer to give Goteborg a 1-1 draw with Malmö April 25 at Gamla Ullevia. Malmöo took the lead in the 25th minute when Tokelo Anthony Rantie tallied. It was second goal of the season. Larsson tied the match four minutes into stoppage time.

Kalmar 0, Åtvidaberg 0
KALMAR – Åtvidaberg and Kalmar played to a scoreless draw Aprul 26 at Guldfågeln Arena.