HJK and KuPS ended up in a 2-2 draw in a match that saw great goals and drama. At the very end of the match, home team HJK's Daniel O'Shaughnessy got the ball to the goal, but the hit was apparently rejected as an offside.

At home, Inter defeated IFK Mariehamn 2–1, TPS applied for a 3–2 away win from RoPS, Ilves and HIFK played 2–2 in Tampere and SJK and Haka Seinäjoki 1–1.

Inter rose to the top of the league with their victory, KuPS in second and HJK in third. Inter has collected 16 points and KuPS 15 out of seven matches he played. HJK, who played less than the top two in the match, has 13 points.

Ilmari Niskanen took the lead in the tenth minute, as the ball he intended to concentrate hovered through the post into the back corner.

In the second half, Roope Riski controlled the equalizer from the free kick after the situation. More than ten minutes before the end, Niskanen shot the second hit from Kuopio in style. HJK's Tim Väyrynen handsomely pushed a handball from Miro Tenho's fine vertical ball two minutes after Niskanen's goal.

Inter's character was Timo Furuholm, who finished both hits for his team. Furuholm and Niskanen have already scored six goals for the man this season.

For TPS, the victory over RoPS was important, as it lifted the people of Turku past Rovaniemi at the base of the series. TPS has three points in size and RoPS, which last swung, has two points. The match was the first head coach for TPS under Jonatan Johansson.