Movistar Estudiantes lost the lead a few weeks ago due to their postponed matches and Jota Cuspinera’s team could recover it for the same reason if they win this Saturday in Alicante in what will be the great game of the day in the LEB Gold League.

FORECASTS: The pool of… Noah Allen (EasyCharger Palencia)

REPORTAGE: Juani Marcos and the poetic justice of that bureaucratic procedure

REPORTAGE: Marc Peñarroya and the talent of an heir with his own history

REPORTAGE: Marc Gasol and the intimate enemies of those summer nights

TV: The whole day, on

TRACING: Results – Calendar – Official page

It has been recovering little by little some of its postponed matches in recent weeks and therefore, this day will be almost crucial for the interests of its protagonists. Starting with the first duel at stake, that of a Friday night in which TAU Castelló will receive Unicaja Banco Oviedo at the Ciutat. Two teams with identical aspirations and struggling to find the necessary stability with which to definitively make the leap to the top of the table. For this, victory will be key, either for a team from Castellón that is chasing the twelfth or for a team from Oviedo that needs to break their losing streak to be able to hunt down their rival.

And if what happens in Castelló will be important for its protagonists, it could be no less valuable on Saturday afternoon. Especially for one of the main candidates for the title, a Movistar Estudiantes that returns to the tracks after their defeat in Palencia visiting an HLA Alicante that acts as one of the most complicated teams in the category in its fiefdom. Quite a train wreck in which Pedro Llompart will try to threaten a rival who could lead Pedro Ferrándiz as long as the people of Madrid are able to prevail in order to hunt down a Covirán Granada team that will not come into play this week.

Within the section of duels with a special glamour, the Municipal de Almansa will act as one of the epicenters of the weekend with the visit of Marc Gasol’s Bàsquet Girona. A match in which the Catalan midfielder will continue to win minutes of play after reappearing once his injury is over and in which Rubén Perelló’s board will have to dedicate a special section to the pivot from Sant Boi. A match that will come after the Catalan duel in which ICFG Força Lleida hopes to prolong their great streak of results by visiting a CB Prat team that has achieved a good record of victories since the start of 2022. In between, UEMC Real Valladolid will receive a Levitec Huesca with water up to their necks and for whom each game is already a final. And this will come with two significant casualties after the departures of the team of Maverick Rowan and Devon van Oostrum.

In the case of the point guard of Dutch origin, to set course for the discipline of a Melilla Sport Capital that will visit Azpeitia to face Juaristi ISB. An intractable team on its track in recent weeks and that wants to take a new step forward against a rival that they could hunt down in the table in case of victory, thus taking a new step forward towards their permanence. Something similar will happen in Soin Moix, but in this case with greater urgency for the local team since, with only two victories in their locker, Palmer AM Palma only needs to win or beat Leyma Coruña to begin their particular reconquest . The day will be completed with the duel on Sunday morning between a Cáceres P. humanity that opens the doors to the dream of the Playoffs having as the first rival in this new stage an EasyCharger Palencia willing to forget on the track the defeat of the interweekly match against ICG Força Lleida.


– TAU Castelló vs Unicaja Banco Oviedo (F-20:45h) |
– CB Prat vs ICG Força Lleida (S-5:30 p.m.) |
– UEMC Real Valladolid vs. Levitec Huesca (S-7:00 p.m.) |
– CB Almansa with Afanion vs Bàsquet Girona (S-7:00 p.m.) |
– HLA Alicante vs Movistar Students (S-20:30h) |
– Cáceres P. Humanity vs EasyCharger Palencia (D-12:30 p.m.) |
– Juaristi ISB vs. Melilla Sport Capital (D-5:00 p.m.) |
– Palmer Alma Mediterránea vs Leyma Coruña (D-7:00 p.m.) |

– Covirán Granada vs. Acunsa Gipuzkoa (April 13) |