HJK Helsinki broke their Group B duck with a 2-1 win last time out and will look to keep their momentum going as they take on FC København on UEFA Europa League matchday five.
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HJK Helsinki won their first UEFA Europa League Group B match on matchday four and will look to get three more points on the board as they welcome FC København.
Form guide• As a result of FCK's 2-0 defeat of HJK on matchday one, the last eight games between Danish and Finnish sides in UEFA club competition have been won by the Danish team.
• HJK won their only previous home match against Danish opponents, but FCK have yet to lose in three trips to Finland (W2 D1).
• FCK's 4-0 loss to Club Brugge KV on matchday four was their heaviest home defeat to date in the UEFA Cup or UEFA Europa League.
• HJK's 2-1 win against Torino on the same night gave them their first Group B points – and, indeed, goals.
Trivia and links
• HJK midfielder Teemu Tainio turns 35 on the day of the FCK match.
• FCK goalkeeper Stephan Andersen turns 33 on the eve of matchday five.
• HJK are making only their second appearance in a major UEFA competition group stage, having reached the same phase of the 1998/99 UEFA Champions League.
• HJK's Danish goalkeeper Michael Tørnes competed for a first-team place with his FCK counterpart Stephan Andersen when the two played together at Brøndby IF (2007-11).
The coaches• HJK coach Mika Lehkosuo was a midfielder for the club when they played in the 1998/99 UEFA Champions League, captaining the side after a brief spell in Italy with AC Perugia. Capped 17 times, he coached FC Honka Espoo before taking over at HJK in April 2014.
• FCK's Norwegian coach Ståle Solbakken earned 58 caps during a successful playing career, which ended abruptly after he suffered a heart attack. Having won five Danish titles in his first spell as the club's coach, Solbakken returned to FCK in 2013.
• Solbakken and Lehkosuo met as players in 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifying; Lehkosuo's Finland earned a 1-1 draw in Oslo, but Solbakken struck the first goal as Norway won the return fixture in Helsinki 4-0.