It will be Covirán Granada who will face Movistar Estudiantes in the Final of the Princess of Asturias Cup or it will be ICG Força Lleida, but at this point, only the people of Lleida depend on themselves. Winning this Thursday night in Son Moix will be the first step to be able to try.

FORECASTS J.16: 3/8 in the pool of… Carlos Noguerol (HLA Alicante)

FORECASTS J.17: 5/7 in La Quiniela de… Jaume Lobo (Cáceres P. Humanity)

J.16 PHOTOS: The best images of the day in the Flickr FEB gallery

PHOTOS J.17: The best images of the day in the Flickr FEB gallery

CUP: The 2022 Princess Cup Final will be played on April 2-3

TRACING: Results – Calendar – Official website

The LEB Oro League will recover this week two of the three matches still pending from the first round of competition and will do so with a lot at stake on the courts. A mini-day that will start on Wednesday night from the Municipal de Palencia where Pedro Rivero’s team will try to prolong their good form. Although it will not be a simple mission, far from it, since EasyCharger Palencia will receive a Juaristi ISB that has staged resounding triumphs in his fiefdom and that is moving at a good pace towards permanence. Although, for this, Iñaki Jiménez’s team must not neglect some away commitments in which they could take an important step forward in the event of victory in Palencia. Because the complexity of the crash would mean an important step forward in sports, but also in the mental plane.

Although it will be 24 hours later, on Thursday night, when Son Moix becomes the epicenter of the week. A court that will be watched not only by the two teams that come into play, but also by Movistar Estudiantes and Covirán Granada, who are very aware of the result of the Lleida team. Because ICG Força Lleida is playing almost all its chances of being able to be in the Final of the Princess of Asturias Cup against a rival that is beginning to recover its pulse in the competition. Thus, a victory for Gerard Encontra’s men would allow the team from Lleida to seek the pass in their next match, while a defeat would leave Covirán Granada very close to their goal. A duel of opposing streaks and in which the Balearic team hopes to be able to surprise a complicated rival in order to take a giant step towards permanence.


– Cáceres P. Humanity vs UEMC Real Valladolid (86-80) | MVP: A. Wintering – 30 val.
– Movistar Students vs Basketball Girona (88-80) | MVP: M. Gasol – 39 val.
– CB Prat vs Acunsa Gipuzkoa (70-81) | MVP: M. Barton – 24 val.
– Melilla Sport Capital vs. Unicaja Oviedo (79-78) | MVP: H. Frey – 24 val.
– Juaristi ISB vs. Levitec Huesca (89-56) | MVP: O. Hanzlik – 26 val.

– HLA Alicante vs EasyCharger Palencia (71-72) | MVP: S. Mud – 18 val.
– TAU Castelló vs. Leyma Coruña (80-85) | MVP: Z. Monaghan – 20 val.
– CB Almansa with Afanion vs Covirán Granada (75-82) | MVP: T. Bropleh – 25 val.
– Palmer Alma Mediterránea vs ICG Força Lleida (Thursday-8:30 p.m.) |


– UEMC Real Valladolid vs Palmer AM Palma (71-64) | MVP: J. Kuiper – 17 val.
– Covirán Granada vs Cáceres P. Humanity (80-86) | MVP: D. Dukan – 21 val.
– Acunsa Gipuzkoa vs TAU Castelló (69-77) | MVP: O. Alvarado – 17 val-
– Levitec Huesca The Magic vs. CB Prat (80-89) | MVP: A. Ibarguren – 19 val.
– Unicaja Banco Oviedo vs. Movistar Students (67-75) | MVP: H. Kabasele – 22 val.
– Leyma Coruña vs CB Almansa with Afanion (79-95) | MVP: E. Polanco – 42 val.
– Basketball Girona vs HLA Alicante (75-94) | MVP: R. Jakstas – 27 val.


– EasyCharger Palencia vs. Juaristi ISB (X-8:30 p.m.) |
– ICG Força Lleida vs Melilla Sport Capital (March 9) |