Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Daniel Antunez and FC Inter return from a slightly extended break when they hit the road on Wednesday to take on Haka at Tehtaan Kenttä in Valkeakoski in midweek Veikkausliiga action.

Antunez looks set to start at his usual position of defender for the visitors who are riding a modest three match unbeaten streak consisting of two victories and one draw.

Their last time out, Antunez and company managed to keep league leaders HJK to a scoreless draw and will be looking for a similar result against Haka who sit third in the Veikkausliiga.

The Turku club may also find an opportunity to score as Haka have one of the more porous defenses in the league having allowed 12 goals.

Antunez and his fellow defenders will need to be on their toes to stave off any threats from attackers Antti Hunynen and Ik-Kyung Nam who each have four goals.

Inter coach Job Dragtsma will also be boasted by the news that Canadian goalkeeper David Monsalve should be available to return in between the pipes giving the Dutch boss a full squad.

Haka will be without Jani Kauppila and Regi Nooitmeer.