There are 120 minutes of play left for the Regular League to conclude and that is why the margin of error is already minimal for its protagonists. Especially for a Covirán Granada willing to take advantage of his privileged position as leader to try to surprise on the track of the always demanding TAU Castelló.

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The leader of the category will be the first to take to the track and he will do so to face one of his most demanding matches in this final stretch towards the title. A complicated duel on the Ciutat pitch and one in which Pablo Pin’s men will seek their 25th win of the season. Because if this were to happen, the pressure would travel immediately to the home of his closest rival, a Movistar Estudiantes who would see the margin of error reduced to the smallest expression before receiving the always demanding EasyCharger Palencia at the WiZink Center.

Parallel to the Ciutat meeting, the Palmer Alma Mediterránea will be another of the stars on Friday night with an exciting start for the Balearic expedition. And it is that, after having managed to escape from the relegation places during the last week, the team will travel to Extremadura to face a rival who started the course with the same objective, but who is currently fighting to be able to achieve the mathematical classification for the Playoffs for promotion. An objective that could be seen for judgment in case of victory just as it could happen to Unicaja Banco Oviedo in case of victory in Pumarín against ICG Força Lleida.

Although for the people of Lleida, victory will be key when it comes to becoming strong in a third place to which Bàsquet Girona, launched during the second round of competition, aspires and will visit Melilla Sport Capital in a duel in which Marc Gasol will be a doubt for physical discomfort. A key duel for Rafa Monclova’s men who, in the event of victory, will leave their permanence sentenced, as will a CB Almansa with Afanion who will fight for her against a UEMC Real Valladolid who squeeze their last Playoff options.

In the fight for permanence, pending what happens in Cáceres, both CB Prat and Juaristi ISB will cross their fingers in the distance before looking for their respective saving triumphs against two demanding clients like Leyma Coruña and Acunsa Gipuzkoa. A permanence from which a Levitec Huesca La Magia bid farewell that will try to continue adding in its visit to an HLA Alicante that will fight to be able to keep some remote Playoff options.


– TAU Castelló vs. Covirán Granada (F – 8:45 p.m.) |
– Cáceres P. Humanity vs. Palmer Mediterranean Soul (F – 8:45 p.m.) |
– CB Prat vs. Leyma Coruña (S – 6:15 p.m.) |
– Unicaja Banco Oviedo vs ICG Força Lleida (S – 7:00 p.m.) |
– HLA Alicante vs Levitec Huesca La Magia (S – 7:30 p.m.) |
– CB Almansa with Afanion vs UEMC Real Valladolid (S – 8:00 p.m.) |
– Movistar Estudiantes vs EasyCharger Palencia (Sun – 12:30 p.m.) |
– Melilla Sport Capital vs Bàsquet Girona (Sun – 12:30 p.m.) |
– Juaristi ISB vs. Acunsa Gipuzkoa (Sun – 6:00 p.m.) |