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Return to the shores of the Mediterranean “The Quiniela of the LEB Gold” and he does it to pay a visit to a Carlos Noguerol (HLA Alicante) who, with three consecutive seasons in the category and a total of eight in the LEB Leagues, seems to be really clear about where the day will go. Of course, keeping in mind at all times the difficulty that trying to guess the moment in which each team will face their match given the handicap of the postponed matches will entail. Despite this, the Galician player seems to sense important surprises such as the victory of Basketball Girona there where nobody has done it yet, in a WiZink Center where they would separate the Movistar Students of leadership.

One of the main dishes ahead of a day for which he expects up to seven visiting wins and only two local ones, that of Melilla Sport Capital and, how could it be otherwise, that of his HLA Alicante… Will they be correct in their predictions?

J.16: The pool of… Carlos Noguerol
Game Forecast
Cáceres P. Humanity vs UEMC Real Valladolid two
“Although initially it is the first game of the day, in these times we are in, you never know if at the last minute it will be possible to play, but at this moment I think that UEMC Real Valladolid arrives at a good time as could be seen this week against Juaristi and they will not fail”.
MVP: Jordy Kuiper (RVB)
Movistar Students vs Basketball Girona two
“Here I think I’m going to give the first surprise of the day with the victory of Bàsquet Girona at the WiZink Center. I think the arrival of Marc Gasol has given a very important boost to a team that is playing with a lot of confidence and that will visit the leader with absolutely nothing to lose.
MVP: Joseph Franch (BG)
CB Prat vs Acunsa Gipuzkoa two
“Perhaps this could be one of those games that can lead to a surprise… For now, I think it will be an even game with a lot of emotion to end up being resolved in the final minutes. And once there, the quality and experience of the Acunsa Gipuzkoa must help them decide”.
MVP: Domagoj Proleta (GBC)
Melilla Sport Capital vs Unicaja Oviedo one
“Another one of those close matches, with two good teams and in which there will be two battles, one inside and one outside. I think that the direction of Adrián Chapela can help Melilla to impose their game and that, playing at home, They are going to miss the opportunity to add a new victory”.
MVP: Adrian Chapela (MSC)
Juaristi ISB vs Levitec Huesca two
“The most important stretch of the season is approaching and I think it is now that Levitec Huesca is going to get closer to its best version in order to get out of the hole. Their visit to Juaristi could be a good opportunity to start as they are a direct rival for permanence. I believe they will not fail in their purpose.”
MVP: Jorge Lafuente (CBPH)
Palmer AM Palma vs ICG Força Lleida two
“I think that ICG Força Lleida is going to take the match relatively easily… They are a good team, that is competing really well and that they are going to have the occasional reinforcement for this final stretch. It is a match that can help them give a important step in the table and for that reason they are not going to let him escape”.
MVP: Mark Hughes (ICG)
HLA Alicante vs EasyCharger Palencia one
“Of course we are going to win. It will be a very nice game for the fans to watch because we receive a very complete team and because of what the return of some of our exes will mean, but we are not going to give Palencia the chance to win although that requires all our efforts”.
MVP: O. matulionis (HLA)
TAU Castello vs Leyma Coruna two
“Two good teams that perhaps have not had all the luck they could hope for in this initial stretch of the season. I think that right now Leyma has room for growth and that a victory in Castelló can help them achieve a turning point with which keep growing in the league”.
MVP: Alex Hernandez (Leyma)
CB Almansa with Afanion vs Covirán Granada two
“And to complete the majority of deuces, in the last match I am going to decide on Covirán Granada as the winner. After a good first round they have in their hands the power to qualify for the Princess Cup and winning this match could be very important for them because what I think they will offer their best version”.
MVP: Lluis Costa (Coviran)



In previous sessions…

With a 78% success rate, the point guard Alonso Meana (Unicaja Banco Oviedo) exerted for some weeks as the leader of the season in “The Quiniela of the LEB Gold”. Specifically, after the 7/9 signed by the Asturian player through a ticket neutralized by the protagonist of matchday 9. A Mikel Sanz (Leyma Coruna) who equaled his 7/9 and was about to become the sole leader if it weren’t for the defeat suffered by his team after a great positive streak.

In second position, they share the position of both the forward Pere Tomàs (Covirán Granada) like four Michael Carrera (ICG Força Lleida), both after signing a 6/9 (67%) on days 1 and 6 respectively and to which he has joined in recent weeks Pablo Hernandez (TAU Castello).

The third place remains shared between a Alex Llorca (Melilla Sport Capital) which remained at 56% (5/9) during the course of Day 2, a Chumi Ortega (EasyCharger Palencia) with identical balance or about Marc Peñarroya (Palmer AM) Y Xabi Beraza (Acunsa Gipuzkoa) arrived in the last few weeks. Close the table on 9/3 Devon Van Oostrum (Levitec Huesca) after the dispute of day 7.

The pool of the day in the LEB Oro
Working day Player – Team hits Link
one Pere Tomàs (Covirán Granada) 6 / 9 (67%) Football pools
two Alex Llorca (Melilla Sport Capital) 5 / 9 (56%) Football pools
3 Chumi Ortega (EasyCharger) 5 / 9 (56%) Football pools
4 Alonso Meana (Unicaja Oviedo) 7 / 9 (78%) Football pools
5 Marc Peñarroya (Palmer AM) 5 / 9 (56%) Football pools
6 Michael Carrera (ICG Lleida) 6 / 9 (67%) Football pools
7 Devon van Oostrum (Levitech) 3 / 9 (34%) Football pools
8 Pablo Hernandez (TAU) 6 / 9 (67%) Football pools
9 Mikel Sanz (Leyma Coruna) 7 / 9 (78%) Football pools
10 Xabi Beraza (Delteco GBC) 5 / 9 (56%) Football pools
eleven Javi Beiran (Students) 4 / 9 (44%) Football pools
12 Ibon Guridi (Juaristi ISB) 6 / 8 (75%) Football pools
13 Kevin Bercy (CB Almansa) 2 / 3 (67%) Football pools
14 Juan Garcia-Abril (UEMC RVB) 2 / 3 (67%) Football pools
fifteen Eric Vila (Basketball Girona) 0 / 0 (0%) Football pools
16 Carlos Noguerol (HLA Alicante) ———- Football pools
Absolute records in “La Quiniela”
Working day Player – Team hits Link
2013/14
J.15
Sergio Pino
(Melilla Bto)
7 / 7 (100%) Football pools
2013/14
semis
Albert Sabat
(Ford Burgos)
7 / 7 (100%) Football pools
2014/15
J.10
Alvaro Lobo
(Cocinas.com)
7 / 7 (100%) Football pools
2017/18
End PO
Angel Hernandez
(Law Coruna)
5 / 5 (100%) Football pools
2018/19
J.14
Carlos Martinez
(Law Coruna)
9 / 9 (100%) Football pools
2020/21
J.11
Sergio Huguet
(Palmer Mediterranean Soul)
9 / 9 (100%) Football pools
2020/21
J.16
Joel Sabate
(TAU Castello)
9 / 9 (100%) Football pools

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