It will be a record day in case the predictions released on your ticket are fulfilled. “The Quiniela de la LEB Oro” for Devon van Oostrum (Levitec Huesca) that knows perfectly the terrain on which it moves. Because the base from the Netherlands has extensive experience in a competition in which he will be key to the permanence of his team. A path that they will begin to trace according to their words, with an important victory on the field of the Acunsa Gipuzkoa That would be one of the eight away victories of the day.

And it is that only the leader of the category could win in his fiefdom, a Covirán Granada that would be imposed on Girona Basketball to be followed closely by a few EasyCharger Palencia or Movistar Students, that they will not fail … Will they be correct in their predictions?

J.7: The pool of… Devon van Oostrum
Game Forecast
Covirán Granada vs Basketball Girona 1
“I think that Covirán Granada has started the season at a good level, showing that their squad will be able to fight throughout the year to be at the top. Their victory in Palencia is on good notice and, now that they are leaders, I think they will try to take advantage of the opportunity to continue winning at home “.
MVP: Pere Tomàs (Covirán)
Leyma Coruña vs EasyCharger Palencia 2
“Very difficult forecast game … I wouldn’t know very well what to say because both teams have very good squads. Leyma Coruña has just won four games in a row and plays at home, but perhaps the fact that EasyCharger Palencia comes from losing the lead could be a good impulse”.
MVP: Nick Ward (Leyma)
CB Almansa with Afanion vs Melilla SC 2
“Another good game in which I think the fans will enjoy. The weekend Almansa won in Lleida with some troubles and Melilla lost with some clarity so I think that mentality can help Melilla to come out very focused to try win an important game away from home. “
MVP: Alex Llorca (MSC)
CB Prat vs HLA Alicante 2
“They weren’t very lucky in the first league games, but it seems that little by little HLA Alicante is turning its good game into victories. They have come from winning two in a row and now they visit a CB Prat who is having a hard time winning so I think victory will be for Alicante “.
MVP: Gerel Simmons (HLA)
Acunsa Gipuzkoa vs Levitec Huesca La Magia 2
“It is not going to be an easy game because we visit one of the best teams in the League, but I think we are very psyched about what is at stake and how important it would be for us to win this game. If we are capable of get closer to our best defensive version, we’ll be closer. “
MVP: Jorge Lafuente (Levitec)
UEMC Real Valladolid vs Unicaja Banco Oviedo 2
“It will be an even game and one that will resolve in the end for the team that is capable of making fewer mistakes. Perhaps in that sense, Unicaja Oviedo will be a more solid team and that can give a better result in the final minutes, especially now that they have incorporated to a player like Jeff Xavier. “
MVP: Alec Wintering (RVB)
Cáceres P. Humanidad vs ICG Força Lleida 2
“They are two good teams that have started the season at a good level and taking important games. The weekend they both lost, but I think this will not affect them to show their game and see the moment when the ICG was there. Força Lleida I think they can be the ones who win. “
MVP: Michael Carrera (ICG)
TAU Castelló vs Movistar Students 2
“It will be a very nice game to watch between two good teams. It was not difficult for TAU Castelló to win the weekend, despite the losses while Movistar Estudiantes was able to win again in an even match at home. They should take advantage of this change of dynamics and that is why they will win in Castelló “.
MVP: Johnny Dee (Students)
Palmer Alma Mediterránea vs Juaristi ISB 2
“Game between two teams from the lower zone. It is almost a first final for them because the games against direct rivals are going to be very important due to their permanence. That Juaristi wins and a game can take some pressure off them, especially if both they reach an even end in which everything is decided. “
MVP: Beñat Hevia (Juaristi)

In previous days …

With a 78% accuracy, the base Alonso Meana (Unicaja Banco Oviedo) has been the leader of the season for a few weeks in “La Quiniela dela LEB Oro”. Specifically, after 7/9 signed by the Asturian player through a ticket that no other bettor has been able to approach so far.

In second position, they share both the forward position Pere Tomàs (Covirán Granada) like four Michael Carrera (ICG Força Lleida), both after signing 6/9 (67%) on matchdays 1 and 6 respectively.

The third square remains shared between a Álex Llorca (Melilla Sport Capital) who stayed at 56% (5/9) during the course of Matchday 2, a Chumi Ortega (EasyCharger Palencia) with identical balance and a Marc Peñarroya (Palmer AM) which was added to 9/5 last weekend.

The pool of the day in the LEB Oro
Working day Player – Team Hits Link
1 Pere Tomàs (Covirán Granada) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
2 Álex Llorca (Melilla Sport Capital) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
3 Chumi Ortega (HLA Alicante) 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 (Levitec) ———- 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