Mohamed Daramy

Daramy: Sunday sell-out will be huge

F.C. Copenhagen's Mohamed Daramy says Sunday's upcoming Superliga showdown against Viborg – in front of a sell-out crowd in Parken – will be an experience to remember.

The Lions take on Viborg in the top flight on Sunday in what is the final round of the "regular" Danish season before the league splits into two.

The club have confirmed the 3pm kick off is now sold out.

And Daramy can't wait to get onto the field.

"It's an important game for us, where it's about maintaining our winning streak ahead of the international break," says Daramy,

"We have to go out there and continue our good form, so that we go into the Championship Round as strong as possible. And it will be good to come back to Parken again."

There is a lot at stake for many teams in the Superliga this weekend as the jostle to make the top six goes down to the wire. But for Daramy and co. it's all about three points.

"It will be an exciting day in general, but we only focus on ourselves and our own performance," says Daramy, who has been called up to the Denmark squad for upcoming European Championship qualifiers against Finland and Kazakhstan.

"We have to go out and deliver the goods - and we know what that requires of us in each and every match. Nothing is gained by itself, and Viborg are a good team, which they have shown this season with their standing towards the top of the table."

FCK head into the game second in the table, with Viborg two points being Jacob Neestrup's side in third. Parken will no-doubt be bouncing and daramy says he's looking forward to seeing the crowd once again.

"It's fantastic to play in front of so many people, and it gives us a lot of extra spirit on the pitch," adds the forward.

"We've said it so many times before, but it really makes a difference to us. And we also saw that on Sunday, when there was a sold-out away section in Horsens, which carried us forward. It will be great with a lot of noise and atmosphere again on Sunday, and we have to go out and get the win.”