With four matches in the morning shift and another five in the afternoon, Sunday’s day will serve to elucidate the third date on the calendar in the LEB Oro League, a competition in which Movistar Estudiantes will defend their leadership status in a new departure beyond the Peninsula to visit the Palmer Alma Mediterránea.
FORECASTS: The pool of … Chumi Ortega (EasyCharger Palencia)
REPORTAGE: Nick Ward, the engine of a Leyma Coruña in MVP mode
FOLLOW-UP: Results – Schedule – Official Page
The LEB Oro League will face its third and last day of the week offering six teams the chance to become strong at the top of the table. Specifically, to the six teams that are still undefeated and that are led by a Movistar Estudiantes who will face a new outing to visit a growing Palmer Alma Mediterránea. A team that will try to become the first executioner of the Madrilenians this year, thus opening a new avenue of illusion among its pursuers.
Because of this match, some Bàsquet Girona and Unicaja Oviedo will be very aware that they will have taken to the courts in the first two matches with the only desire to be able to add the full number of victories (3-0). To do this, they will have to impose their style at home before two complicated clients since the people from Girona will visit a TAU Castelló that is growing and rises in full before their audience, while the people from Oviedo will pay a visit to a CB Prat willing to invest their luck. And it is that the Potablava are one of the six teams that have not yet been able to add positively. A streak that HLA Alicante will try to cut short in a duel full of incentives in their fiefdom and in which Gonzalo García will meet his ex from Melilla Sport Capital.
Already in the afternoon shift, Juaristi ISB and Leyma Coruña will also fight for that first win in opposite situations since the Basque team will host ICG Força Lleida in their fiefdom in parallel to the duel in which the Coruña will visit the always complicated track of a Covirán Granada in a clear ascending line. The day will conclude with the Pisuerga duel where UEMC Real Valladolid and Acunsa Gipuzkoa will reissue the 2020 Princess Cup final in search of their second victory of the course.
Sunday October 17:
– TAU Castelló vs Bàsquet Girona (12: 00h)
– CB Prat vs Unicaja Banco Oviedo (12:15 p.m.)
– HLA Alicante vs Melilla Sport Capital (12:30 pm)
– CB Almansa with Afanion vs EasyCharger Palencia (12:30 pm)
– Cáceres P. Humanidad vs Levitec Huesca La Magia (12:30 pm)
– Palmer Alma Mediterránea vs Movistar Estudiantes (5:00 p.m.)
– Juaristi ISB vs ICG Força Lleida (18: 00h)
– Covirán Granada vs Leyma Coruña (7:00 p.m.)
– UEMC Real Valladolid vs Acunsa Gipuzkoa (8:00 p.m.)