Shams Azar Qazvin had a very good start of the season, still undefeated with three consecutive wins and a draw in the last round. They are first in the standings with 10 points, and have the best attack together with Arman Gohar and best defense with only one goal conceded. At home, they are super strong, beating Khooshe Talaee (4:0) and Pars Janoobi Jam (5:0) with ambitions to continue their good form. Shahrdari Hamedan is composed mainly of the same players from the previous season. In the previous round they won (7:0) against Omid Vahdat, but this team has enormous financial problems in the squad, playing with many youth players. Shams Azer Qazvin will have full support from the fans, the stadium is expected to be full, and I think that has enough quality to beat mediocre Shahrdari Hamedan.