There have been four rounds that have made up the quarter-final qualifiers and three of them will not be resolved until the last breath. Because Saturday afternoon will bring us three final rounds from Lugo, Castelló and Granada where the tickets that will give an option to the fight for the title will be put into play.

PICTURE: The Playoffs define crosses, dates and times

FORECASTS: 4/8 in La Quiniela de… Álex Pérez and Pau Tomàs

TV: The day, at stake in LaLigaSportsTV

TRACING: Results Calendar Official website

PLAYOFFS ASCENSO: Three tickets are decided on heads or tails on Saturday afternoon

Rio Breogán vs Palmer Alma Mediterránea:

El Pazo assumes the reins in a round trip series

They had won the two matches played at the Pazo and both with a certain comfort. That is why it seemed difficult that the Breogán River could escape the qualification for the semifinals on its visit to Son Moix. A confidence that jumped through the air with the good start of the game by a Palmer Alma Mediterránea who relied on the great success of his outside line to take good rents throughout the first half. Undoubtedly a mirror in which to look at the beginning of the Pazo, but knowing that the options will be complicated when the stands of the Pazo begin to Roar with force. Therefore, the insular players will have to stay focused throughout the 40 minutes, being faithful to the style of play that has brought them here and against a rival who is very aware of Kevin Larsen’s physical evolution.

J.1: Rio Breogán vs Palmer Alma Mediterránea (87-72 / 1-0)
J.2: Palmer Alma Mediterránea vs Río Breogán (88-81 / 1-1)

Date and Time: Saturday 29 – 18: 30h


TAU Castelló vs HLA Alicante:

The Mediterranean derby looks for its semifinalist

They have both completed a magnificent season that will inevitably come to an end today for one of them. Because after having signed up their respective duels as locals within an even series, only one of their two protagonists will be able to access the semifinals. A path that was complicated days ago for the HLA Alicante with the loss of the base Pedro Llompart, but that the people of Alicante have known how to pave the way through collective work before a TAU Castelló for which the loss of Romà Bas weeks ago was also a hard blow . Thus, those of Toni Ten will have to look for the pass with a field advantage in favor, but against one of the most unpredictable rivals in the category, an HLA with a multitude of offensive variants and whose success could mark the future of one of the most unpredictable crashes expected of the night.

J.1: TAU Castelló vs HLA Alicante (78-70 / 1-0)
J.2: HLA Alicante vs TAU Castelló (71-66 / 1-1)

Date and Time: Saturday 29 – 19: 30h


Covirán Granada vs Real Murcia Basketball:

The leader, to impose his condition on the most demanding rival

Covirán Granada knew that it was not going to be a tie, much less easy against one of the toughest rivals of the course and that is how it is. Because Covirán Granada has run into a rival roco that demanded the highest demands in the Palace and was able to equalize the series in Murcia at a difficult time for their interests. That is why Pablo Pin has raised the alert levels inside a dressing room that will have to work very hard during the 40 minutes to be able to overcome the tie. Because Real Murcia will arrive loaded with the drums of war and with absolutely nothing to lose in a year in which they have fully fulfilled and in which they will look for the icing on the cake. To do this, they will have to dry up Lluis Costa’s brain, reduce the scoring of the Nasrid foreign game or keep a Bamba Fall away from the hoops willing to break the series.

J.1: Covirán Granada vs Real Murcia Basketball (73-69 / 1-0)
J.2: Real Murcia Basketball vs Covián Granada (69-62 / 1-1)

Date and Time: Saturday 29 – 20: 30h