AGE HAREIDE has revealed he will not rotate his Malmo squad for today's Swedish League match against Hacken, ahead of the decisive Champions League play-off against Celtic.

His stance is in contrast to counterpart Ronny Deila, who could make plenty of changes for his side's trip to Dundee United, with one eye firmly on their trip to Scandinavia for the second leg on Tuesday.

But Hareide admits he can't afford to make wholesale changes has the 2014 champions seek to keep pace with IFK Gothenburg at the top of the Allsvenskan.

He said: "We cannot rotate the team too much.

"I rested players last week against Gefle, but I don't think I will do that this week.

"Our preparation for the match against Hacken will be the same as for the game against Celtic.

"Two of our players, Markus Rosenberg and Enock Kofi Adu were suspended against Celtic and their fresh legs could be important.

"But we are ready to go again for two very important matches."

Meanwhile, a former team-mate of Jo Inge Berget at Stromsgodset has offered an insight into the Malmo forward's mindset, pior to him scoring the brace in midweek which placed next week's second leg on a knife edge.

Ola Kamara, who won the Norwegian title with Deila and Berget, says the latter is capable of "tremendous savagery when angry" and reckons his performance on Wednesday was a direct response to his rejection by Celtic and their supporters.

"He wanted revenge," said Kamara. "Jo Inge can display tremendous savagery when angry.

"I knew he would score. I was absolutely sure of it, but to score two was tremendous.

"It shows how extremely strong he is mentally. It was the best answer he could give to the people there.

"He shut up many critics in Glasgow . . . and that includes the Celtic fans."

And Jo Inge's dad, Gisle, reckons his son would have relished that double against the Hoops.

Berget senior said: "He got his revenge on Celtic. It was very special for him.

"But it is important to remember that they have not won yet.

"Jo Inge at least gave them a good starting point to get through.

"He is in good shape and the goals will help his self-esteem."