It will not be far from a simple ticket for “The Quiniela de la LEB Oro” since the last day of the season will be marked by a high number of conditions that make each game unpredictable. Despite this, the young Ander Urdiain (Levitec Huesca) You will have no problem when it comes to anticipating what will happen in a weekend in which your team will have to see the day from a distance crossing their fingers for the arrival of third-party results with which to finish endorse the work done on the track.

For this reason, the outside of Pamplona will put all its attention on a group for the permanence from which it will send Bàsquet Girona to the Playoffs for promotion and in which the Melilla Spot Capital would lose the category with its defeat at home against the ICG Força Lleida. All this to leave the fourth and last place open while waiting for what happens in the last postponed duel … Will he get his predictions right?

F.2 – J.18: The pool of… Ander Urdiain
Match Forecast
Río Breogán vs CB Almansa with Afanion 1
“Game with nothing at stake for CB Almansa with Afanion and that is what can make them even more dangerous, but after the last away defeats, I think that Río Breogán is going to offer one of its best versions to be able to certify a victory important for the Playoffs. “
MVP: M. Kacinas (Breogán River)
Leyma Coruña vs TAU Castelló 1
“It will be a very difficult game for both teams given the quality that one and the other have in their ranks, but I think that Leyma Coruña is facing a historic opportunity when it comes to closing the League as leader. Playing at home, I think they will to do everything possible so that the victory stays at home. “
MVP: Z. Monagahn (Leyma)
Liberbank Oviedo vs Covirán Granada two
“Covirán Granada will be one of the three teams that reaches the last round as leaders so, if they want to opt to keep that first place, they must win before they can expect results from third parties. It is a complicated court that will demand a good job of them. defensive to be able to prevail “.
MVP: D. Iriarte (Covirán)
Clínica Sur Aspasia vs Palmer Alma Medit. two
“Game with a complicated prognosis and in which the Clínica Sur Aspasia will surely want to say goodbye with a victory in Hugo López’s last game at Pisuerga, but the fact that Palmer Alma Mediterránea arrives with his mind set on the Playoffs can help them surprise address”.
MVP: R. Harrel (Palma)
Destination Palencia vs HLA Alicante two
“It is always very difficult to win on the track at Destino Palencia, but being the last game of the season and with nothing at stake, perhaps their rival can take advantage of this lack of tension to achieve an important victory for them in the qualifying order for the Playoffs “.
MVP: T. Urtasun (HLA Alicante)
Ibereólica Ourense vs ZTE Real Canoe 1
“Ibereólica Ourense has two bullets left in the chamber and they cannot waste any of them. In this first game against a rival already relegated, it is only worth winning so they will have to take advantage of the drive of their fans to achieve a fundamental victory for permanence “.
MVP: A. Speight (I. Ourense)
Cáceres P. Humanidad vs Bàsquet Girona two
“Once both teams have shaken off the pressure of permanence, this last day they will be able to bring out their best versions to fight for a victory with which to seek the Playoff for promotion. Bàsquet Girona has experienced players and I think that out there differences may come. “
MVP: D. Schmidt (Cáceres PH)
Melilla Sport Capital vs ICG Força Lleida two
“It will be the other great game of the group for permanence, especially because of the pressure that comes from knowing that a defeat can mean relegation. I think either of them could win, but I think that in recent weeks ICG Força Lleida has shown a good game that will find its prize. “
MVP: E. Polanco (ICG Lleida)
Tizona Univ. Burgos vs Real Murcia Basketball two
“A lot at stake for Real Murcia. After their rest day they have to win or win knowing that there will still be a pending match against Ibereólica Ourense, but they cannot miss the opportunity to play in this very important match and that it may be worth it. permanence “.
MVP: A. Hernández (Murcia)

In previous days …

In parallel to the premiere of the second phase, “The Quiniela de la LEB Oro” it happened of round during the last weeks to round off a successful season. And it is that the section has beaten its own record this course with obtaining two plenary sessions throughout its first 18 days of the course. The first of them, the one achieved by Sergi Huguet (Palmer Mediterranean Soul) in the course of Day 11 and, the second, the one signed by Joel Sabaté (TAU Castelló) just four weeks later during Matchday 15.

In this way, both players managed to gain a shared leadership that led the forward to second place. Miguel González (ZTE Real Canoe) and to the base Melwin Pantzar (Sur Aspasia Clinic) who were two hits from the plenary session with a 7/9.

In the opposite plane, the Argentine base Mateo Díaz (Breogán River), closed during matchday 15 his ticket with a 1/9 that makes him the bottom of the season. A few bets in which the maxim was fulfilled that there is nothing more important than getting the result right just as the outside of the Lugo team did.

The pool of the day in the LEB Oro
Working day Player – Team Hits Link
1 Eddy Polanco (ICG Força Lleida) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
two Javi Vega (Leyma Coruña) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
3 David Navarro (Iberian Ourense) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
4 Thomas Bropleh (Covirán FCBG) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
5 Mo Soluade (Breogán River) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
6 Pedro Llompart (HLA Alicante) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
7 Ayoze Alonso (Tizona Burgos) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
8 Alec Wintering (Melilla SC) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
9 Ramón Vilà (Levitec Huesca) 4/9 (44%) Football pools
10 Melwin Pantzar (C. Sur Aspasia) 7/9 (78%) Football pools
eleven Sergi Huguet (Palmer Alma M) 9/9 (100%) Football pools
12 Davis Rozitis (Girona Basketball) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
13 Nico Richotti (Destination Palencia) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
CUP The Captains’ Pool 12/17 (71%) Football pools
14 Juan Rubio (Real Murcia Bto) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
fifteen Miguel González (ZTE Real Canoe) 7/9 (78%) Football pools
16 Joel Sabaté (TAU Castelló) 9/9 (100%) Football pools
17 Herve Kabasele (Liberbank Oviedo) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
18 Paco del Águila (Cáceres PH) 4/9 (44%) Football pools
F.2 – J.9 Marcus Vinicius (ICG Força Lleida) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
F.2 – J.10 Sergio Mendiola (CB Almansa) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
F.2 – J.11 Romaric Belemene (Leyma) 6/8 (75%) Football pools
F.2 – J.12 Diogo Brito (Ibereólica COB) 2/9 (22%) Football pools
F.2 – J.13 Germán Martínez (Covirán FCBG) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
F.2 – J.14 Mateo Díaz (Breogán River) 1/9 (11%) Football pools
F.2 – J.15 Jorge Bilbao (HLA Alicante) 4/8 (50%) Football pools
F.2 – J.16 Ricardo Úriz (Tizona Burgos) 7/8 (88%) Football pools
F.2 – J.17 Mathieu Kamba (Melilla SC) 3/9 (33%) Football pools
F.2 – J.18 Ander Urdiain (Levitec Huesca) ———- Football pools
Absolute records in “La quiniela”
Working day Player – Team Hits Link
Sergi Pino
(Melilla Bto)
7/7 (100%) Football pools
Albert Sàbat
(Ford Burgos)
7/7 (100%) Football pools
Alvaro Lobo
7/7 (100%) Football pools
Final PO
Angel Hernandez
(Leyma Coruña)
5/5 (100%) Football pools
Carlos Martinez
(Leyma Coruña)
9/9 (100%) Football pools
Sergi huguet
(Palmer Mediterranean Soul)
9/9 (100%) Football pools
Joel Sabaté
(TAU Castelló)
9/9 (100%) Football pools