Already after five minutes, Djurgården had 2–0 and when just under an hour had been played, the final score was 7–0.

A crushing victory for Dif, who last weekend lost late 1-0 to 1-2 against AIK in the first group stage match.

Other scorers for Djurgården: Stinalisa Johansson twice and Matilda Plan.

However, AIK did not follow up last weekend's derby victory with another three-pointer at home against Piteå.

Piteå won 1–0 in a match that was played clear after snow chaos where the plow truck had to do the job so that the players would have some opportunity to see the lines.

In group 2, Häcken took their second straight victory after 4–0 away against Växjö.

Talent Rosa Kafaji scored two of the goals in the convincing victory.

For Häcken, the group final against Vittsjö awaits next weekend, where Hisingsklubben has the home field advantage.

Vittsjö won 1-0 at home against Kif Örebro on Sunday and are two points behind Häcken before the final group stage match.

Victory is a must for Vittsjö to get past Häcken and reach the semi-finals, for Häcken a draw is enough for advancement.

The final group stage matches will be played on 11–12 March and the four group winners will reach the semi-finals.

The semi-finals are then played from 18–19 March before the final is decided on 18 May.