Honka v TamU
This is a rehearsal for the Cup Semi final on Wednesday. TamU have nothing to play for in the league, and a big game against the same opponents on Wednesday. On the other hand, they probably won’t want to go into that game off the back of a heavy defeat.
“We got to rest a bit, and now we have a very good feeling,” Honka’s striker Aleksandr Kokko told his club’s website. “TamU have drawn some games and got two 1-0 wins in their last two games. They are in good condition, but so are we and we’ll be ready to take three points on Saturday.”
Kokko is one of the people who will be disappointed when Henri Myntti wins the Golden Boot this year. He’s not admitting defeat yet though, bless his Pori socks.
“Sure it’d be great, if Myntti didn’t score and I got at least one. It’s really not important, the important thing is to win.”
That’s right Aleks, let yourself down gently.
TamU have a lengthy injury list, but should welcome back Chris James into midfield, while Honka have a full squad, pretty much.
This may or may not be updated with the other games later, when I get back from TPV-Atlantis.