After the great match of the Wizink Center and after the defeat of the leader Covirán Granada in their postponed duel last Wednesday, the LEB Oro returns to the slopes this Friday with a day in which a new twist will be sought in the fight for leadership .

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The LEB Oro League is advancing towards its final stretch of competition and, on this occasion, Matchday 29 will be in charge of giving a new twist to the fight for leadership. A first place that seemed to ally itself with Covirán Granada last weekend after their victory at the WiZink Center, but that saw their main contender see their march slowed down in their postponed duel last Wednesday. For this reason, Pablo Pin’s team must not fail in their return to the Palacio de los Deportes on a Sunday afternoon in which the Andalusians will receive HLA Alicante, a team in need of victories and that will have to offer their best version to try to surprise in one of the most complicated scenarios in the category.

A duel that Movistar Estudiantes will be very aware of since Jota Cuspinera’s men will not come into play until Monday night when they close the day visiting the Riazor field. There, the Madrid team will seek to balance forces with the first place in the League against a powerful rival that seems to have found the key to their game in recent weeks. A really solid team in the paint and that will try to entertain their fans with a prestigious victory with which they look towards the noble part of the table. A positive result, which if it were to occur, could be a wink for an ICG Força Lleida team that continues to dream of third place and that, on this occasion, will visit the field of already relegated Levitec Huesca La Magia.

Although if there is a team willing to give the table a new blow, that will be a Bàsquet Girona that will visit a Son Moix that has posted the “no tickets” to receive the MVP of the last day, a Marc Gasol willing to sign a new win. Because, in case of achieving it, the people from Girona could reach fourth place as long as the EasyCharger Palencia does not win in their fiefdom. A goal that the people of Palencia are willing to achieve in the visit of their former coach, a Natxo Lezkano whose Unicaja Oviedo arrives in a good moment of form.

And once again, the lower zone will burn again in search of the latest triumphs towards a permanence that CB Prat and CB Almansa hope to be able to leave sight for sentence, in the case of the Catalans in their visit to Cáceres P. Humanity and in that of the Castilian-La Mancha moving to the parquet of a Ciutat in which the TAU Castelló hopes to be able to add positively again. Thus, they could put land in the middle of a Juaristi ISB that will move to the field of a UEMC Real Valladolid that has added positive in 3 of the 4 games already led by Paco García and that will not be able to count on its captain Sergio de la Source for injury.


– TAU Castelló vs CB Almansa with Afanion (V-20:00) |
– Palmer Alma Mediterránea vs Bàsquet Girona (S-18:00) |
– Levitec Huesca La Magia vs ICG Força Lleida (D-12:30) |
– Acunsa Gipuzkoa vs. Melilla Sport Capital (D-5:00 p.m.) |
– Covirán Granada vs HLA Alicante (D-6:00 p.m.) |
– EasyCharger Palencia vs. Unicaja Oviedo (D-7:00 p.m.) |
– UEMC Real Valladolid vs. Juaristi ISB (D-8:00 p.m.) |
– Cáceres P. Humanity vs CB Prat (D-8:00 p.m.) |
– Leyma Coruña vs. Movistar Students (M-8:00 p.m.) |