Gislaved has six-straight losses - and hopes to see the trend change today.
It is the last game before the Christmas and New Year break.
In their match, GVK looks to play an aggressive game against Orebro.
"I want to see aggressive plays from all positions," says coach Daniel Magnusson.
The fall schedule has left Gislaved supporters frustrated, with the team suffering six losses in a row since October.
Since the team's last match, against Hylte / Halmstad (1-3 loss) at the beginning of December, the club management had several individual meetings with players.
Something they hope will pay off this afternoon.
"There has absolutely been no tension in the team, but since we have not met our performance goals, it is important to talk about what we as leaders require of the players and what they, in turn, expect of us. I hope it will result in a new breath of life for all of us, starting today," said Daniel Magnusson.