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With the Regular League facing its final stretch, the protagonists of “The Quiniela de la LEB Oro” They have to spin fine when it comes to launching their predictions given the difficulty of anticipating some of the most decisive matches of the year. A responsibility that falls this week on the figure of the interior Jorge Bilbao (HLA Alicante) who will try to clear up the unknown with a ticket full of victory at home and in which the odd “troll” within their own team tried to sabotage their own match. Incidence solved with mastery by a player who will thus deliver to TAU Castelló Y Covirán Granada the only triumphs at home within a weekend in which the people of Castellón will face the rocky Destination Palencia and in which the Nasrid will receive the leader Breogán River.

And all this without losing sight of some MVPs among which the role of good friends as the base will stand out. Ricardo Úriz (Tizona Univ. Burgos) who, in his words, will be key to the triumph of his team on the track of the ZTE Real Canoe… Will you be correct in your predictions?

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F.2 – J.15: The pool of… Jorge Bilbao
Match Forecast
ZTE Real Canoe vs Tizona Universidad Burgos two
“Tizona Burgos has reached this end of the season at a difficult time, but I am confident that my friend Ricardo Úriz will move this forward. It is a key and important game for them and I have no doubt that they will win. to continue opting for permanence “.
MVP: Ricardo Úriz (CBT)
Palmer Alma Mediterránea vs Leyma Coruña two
“Very physical match between two very similar teams. The prognosis is complicated because the victory it could fall for either of us. A priori I think it is very difficult to win in Palma, but seeing the highly compensated team that Leyma Coruña has, I think they will win the game. “
MVP: Lotanna Nwogbo (BC)
TAU Castelló vs Destino Palencia 1
“Another of those important games for both teams. Although TAU Castelló has just lost in Lugo, I think they are in a good moment of form and the motivation to win to be up, together with the fact of playing at home and against their people. It will help them win the game. “
MVP: Aitor Zubizarreta (DP)
ICG Força Lleida vs Ibereólica Ourense two
“Despite being a postponed game, I think that when both teams meet again, they will play a very even game as was the previous one where they went to extra time. I think that after their break, Ibereólica Ourense will return strong and wanting to stay and for that they will win in Lleida “.
MVP: Michael Carrera (ICG)
Levitec Huesca vs Melilla Sport Capital two
“Two direct rivals faced each other in a game in which they play a lot. Anything could happen here too, but I think Melilla Sport Capital must impose its veterancy and knowledge of the League to be able to take away a game as important to them as is this”.
MVP: Mathieu Kamba (Melilla)
Real Murcia vs Cáceres P. Humanidad two
“Very disputed game with two other teams that are played very much, but my friends from Cáceres are in a good dynamic and they have people who are doing really good. That’s why I trust them a lot and I think they will be able to take this game forward. “
MVP: Ferran Ventura (CPH)
CB Almansa Afanion vs Clínica Sur-Aspasia two
“A really tough game for both teams and even more so for Clínica Sur-Aspasia since it is really hard to win on a track like Almansa. Last week I saw them really well and that is why I think they will have no problem for win this match. “
MVP: Joey Van Zegeren (RVB)
Covirán Granada vs Río Breogán 1
“A great match between two authentic teams. It will be one of those very nice matches to watch and in which Covirán Granada will be able to make up for the game the other day in Coruña. It is a good opportunity to win against a great rival and thus be able to gain confidence for the final stage “.
MVP: Lluis Costa (Covirán)
Liberbank Oviedo vs HLA Alicante two
“Although we have had a” printing failure “because the one has come out more marked than it should, we are going to play fixed at two for a match with an interesting trip for us and in which I think we will offer one of our best versions to be able to take the victory “.
MVP: Justin Pitts (HLA)

In previous days …

In parallel to the premiere of the second phase, “The Quiniela de la LEB Oro” it happened of round during the last weeks to round off a successful season. And it is that the section has beaten its own record this course with obtaining two plenary sessions throughout its first 18 days of the course. The first of them, the one achieved by Sergi Huguet (Palmer Mediterranean Soul) in the course of Day 11 and, the second, the one signed by Joel Sabaté (TAU Castelló) just four weeks later during Matchday 15.

In this way, both players managed to gain a shared leadership that led the forward to second place. Miguel González (ZTE Real Canoe) and to the base Melwin Pantzar (Sur Aspasia Clinic) who were two hits from the plenary session with a 7/9.

In the opposite plane, the Argentine base Mateo Díaz (Breogán River), closed during matchday 15 his ticket with a 1/9 that makes him the bottom of the season. A few bets in which the maxim was fulfilled that there is nothing more important than getting the result right just as the outside of the Lugo team did.

The pool of the day in the LEB Oro
Working day Player – Team Hits Link
1 Eddy Polanco (ICG Força Lleida) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
two Javi Vega (Leyma Coruña) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
3 David Navarro (Iberian Ourense) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
4 Thomas Bropleh (Covirán FCBG) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
5 Mo Soluade (Breogán River) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
6 Pedro Llompart (HLA Alicante) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
7 Ayoze Alonso (Tizona Burgos) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
8 Alec Wintering (Melilla SC) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
9 Ramón Vilà (Levitec Huesca) 4/9 (44%) Football pools
10 Melwin Pantzar (C. Sur Aspasia) 7/9 (78%) Football pools
eleven Sergi Huguet (Palmer Alma M) 9/9 (100%) Football pools
12 Davis Rozitis (Girona Basketball) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
13 Nico Richotti (Destination Palencia) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
CUP The Captains’ Pool 12/17 (71%) Football pools
14 Juan Rubio (Real Murcia Bto) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
fifteen Miguel González (ZTE Real Canoe) 7/9 (78%) Football pools
16 Joel Sabaté (TAU Castelló) 9/9 (100%) Football pools
17 Herve Kabasele (Liberbank Oviedo) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
18 Paco del Águila (Cáceres PH) 4/9 (44%) Football pools
F.2 – J.9 Marcus Vinicius (ICG Força Lleida) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
F.2 – J.10 Sergio Mendiola (CB Almansa) 5/9 (56%) Football pools
F.2 – J.11 Romaric Belemene (Leyma) 6/8 (75%) Football pools
F.2 – J.12 Diogo Brito (Ibereólica COB) 2/8 (25%) Football pools
F.2 – J.13 Germán Martínez (Covirán FCBG) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
F.2 – J.14 Mateo Díaz (Breogán River) 1/9 (11%) Football pools
F.2 – J.15 Jorge Bilbao (HLA Alicante) ———- Football pools
Absolute records in “La quiniela”
Working day Player – Team Hits Link
2013/14
J.15
Sergi Pino
(Melilla Bto)
7/7 (100%) Football pools
2013/14
Semis
Albert Sàbat
(Ford Burgos)
7/7 (100%) Football pools
2014/15
J.10
Alvaro Lobo
(Kitchens.com)
7/7 (100%) Football pools
2017/18
Final PO
Angel Hernandez
(Leyma Coruña)
5/5 (100%) Football pools
2018/19
J.14
Carlos Martinez
(Leyma Coruña)
9/9 (100%) Football pools
2020/21
J.11
Sergi huguet
(Palmer Mediterranean Soul)
9/9 (100%) Football pools
2020/21
J.16
Joel Sabaté
(TAU Castelló)
9/9 (100%) Football pools

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