HJK Helsinki is entering in huge form and injury crisis with 3 losses and 1 draw in the last 4 matches in all competitions. They couldn’t do anything in the last match of the regular season against Inter Turku, and they didn’t score a single goal in that period. Also, in the opening round of the European Confederation League group stage against LASK, their performance was one of the worst in the entire season. The Toni Koskelas’ team is hardly exhausted because the biggest problem is the large injury list, and unavailable are O’Shaughnessy (15/1), Tanaka (13/1), Halsti (6/0), Tannander (6/0), and Benissan (4/0), while key midfielder Lingman (16/1) is doubtful. After Alashkert’s bad start of the season, they changed the coach in the name of Serbian Milan Milanovic, who leads the Armenian champions to win the Super Cup. It is noteworthy that this was their first victory this year after 15 matches in domestic competitions and in Europe. They also celebrated a 2-1 victory BKMA in the league. This is a 6 match for HJK in a period of 19 days, and I think that the Armenian champions will give their best in order to take some points.