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This season’s Finland Veikkausliiga takes some understanding! As it stands, the reigning Champions HJK are 3rd in the table, and they only took two points from their last three games. While KuPS are still top of the table, they dropped 8 points over the last four games. 

Meanwhile, today’s visiting team is 2nd in the table, and they have two games in hand of KuPS. However, they only won one of their last four games, and they will need to show more resilience!

To cut a long story short, with 7 normal season matches remaining SJK are in pole position. If Joaquin Gomez’s team can win today’s match they will be a step nearer to claiming the trophy.

SJK comes into this match on the back of a 1-1 draw in Lahti. From our reading of the game, the scoreline was a fair reflection of how the match played out!

Earlier on in the season, SJK did manage to win the reverse game 2-1. We could also point to the visitors being unbeaten on the road, and only conceding two goals from 7 away matches.

As for Inter Turku, they enter today’s match in 6th place. Although, the hosts played just 14 games and they are 4-2-1 at the Veritas Stadion. 

The issue we have with Inter is they are winless in four, and they recently lost a home game to VPS (0-2). For the most part, Jarkko Wiss’s men have been struggling of late and they shouldn’t be the favorites for this fixture.

BET: SJK +/-0 (draw no bet)

Odds: 1.88