Obviously after the draw ends on Wednesday night.
Sogndal won 2-0 at home against Moss in Matchday Three on Wednesday night. The score in the first half was 0-0, but the hosts decided it with two goals in the second half. Kasper Skanes scored the goal after 55 minutes while Anders Nord made it 2-0 just before the end.
Sogndal started the season well in the first division. After 11 league rounds, they are second in the table, one point behind league leaders Kongsvinger. Sogndal had 20 points and the goal difference was 15-13.
Here is the full draw for Round 4:
Kjelsås – YMCA Oslo.
Stjørdals-Blink – Vålerenga.
Rufus – Viking.
Bodo / Glimt – Tromsø.
Sogndal – Sarpsborg 08.
Molde – Strømsgodset.
Bratvag – fire.
Gjøvik-Lyn – HamKam.
Round 4 will mainly take place on June 28, but one or two of the matches may have to be played the following day, NFF competition director Nils Fisketjønn says.
In the third round, the biggest bombs were that second-division clubs Bratvag and Jovik Lyn defeated elite club Haugesund and first-division giants Start. Celsus also won a surprising victory over Jerph.
Brann are cup holders after beating Lillestrom in the North Mediterranean final last month. On Wednesday, the Bergen red shirts had to submit to penalties to beat Ålesund.
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