Acosta and Artigas share one win and one second place each in the Moto3™Jr WCh so far in 2020, seeing them sit on 45 points after the opening two races. The combined difference at the finish line between the duo in Estoril and Portimão is 0.020, so we could be set for another cracker in Jerez. The Spaniards claimed P3 and P4 in southern Spain in 2019, Artigas beating Acosta to the final podium spot in Race 1, so they have history of battling at Jerez too. However, it won’t just be between those two for the win. David Salvador (Cuna de Campeones) and Adrian Fernandez (Laglisse Academy) both have a podium to their name this season, with Daniel Holgado (Openbank Aspar Team), Jose Julian Garcia (SIC58 Squadra Corse) and British Talent Team’s Max Cook all showing great form in the opening two rounds as well.