The LF Endesa begins to recover on Tuesday night the matches postponed during the last days and will do so by going back to a Matchday 13 with two pending matches. The first of them will be played in Mendizorrotza by Kutxabank Araski and Baxi Ferrol in search of a key victory for their respective aspirations.

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Baxi Ferrol played their J.16 match last Sunday in Logroño, finding a narrow defeat as a result and, just 48 hours later, Lino López’s players will travel to Vitoria to fulfill their postponed match on Matchday 13. A encounter that they will arrive with a greater dynamic of the game than a rival that accumulates 12 days of break and that will return to the courts without being able to count on all of its players. Despite this, Madelén Urieta’s men are confident that once again Mendizorrotza can be decisive for their interests in the search for a seventh win with which to fight again for a place among the top eight. For its part, the Galician team will look for a fifth victory with which to try to put land in between on the relegation places.


– Spar Girona vs Casademont Zaragoza (90-53) | MVP: Rebekah Gardner – 22 val.
– E. Pajariel Bembibre vs Movistar Estudiantes (61-70) | MVP: Laura Quevedo – 25 val.
– Innova TSN Leganés vs Perfumerías Avenida (69-79) | MVP: Amy Okonkwo – 25 val
– Valencia BC vs Durán M. Ensino (82-65) | MVP: Rebecca Allen – 20 val.
– Cadí La Seu vs IDK Euskotren (60-57) | MVP: Irati Etxarri – 24 val.
– Spar Gran Canaria vs Tenerife (84-42) | MVP: Sika Koné – 30 val.


– Kutxabank Araski vs Baxi Ferrol (T-19: 00h) |
– Campus Promete vs Lointek Gernika (To be determined) |