The victory means that Hammarby joins Häcken, the team they defeated in the cup final, in the top battle of Damallsvenskan.

And just like in the cup final, Madelen Janogy became the two-goal scorer. The first a solo performance where she dribbled away Örebro keeper Tove Enblom and the second a foot tip in the right place after a failed clearance by the Örebro defence in the penalty area.

On Tuesday, head coach Peter Gerhardsson will select the squad for this summer's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

The 27-year-old Janogy, who made no secret of her disappointment when she was snubbed into the European Championship squad last summer, should have a good chance of being selected given the goal form of recent weeks.

At the end of the match, "Bajen" had further reason to celebrate, when comeback Ellen Wangerheim established the final score 3-0. The talent made his first match after being out for a year due to a cruciate ligament injury.

Matilda Vinberg, another World Cup aspirant in Hammarby, went off injured in the cup final and was missing from today's squad. The exact status of the midfielder has not been determined.

"Matilda Vinberg and Hanna Folkesson are removed from the original match squad due to minor sensations," Hammarby wrote on his website before the match.