Following closely a final between two teams that he knows perfectly and in which there will be friends on both sides of the track, the experienced Luis Parejo pulls a pencil and paper to try to anticipate what will happen in a final round of Playoffs in which the promotion to the Endesa League will be put into play. A goal that he sees a little closer for Covirán Granada (2-1) against a Río Breogán that will not be able to with the Nasrid court factor.

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Last ticket of the season in “The Quiniela de la LEB Oro” after more than thirty bettors who have tried to anticipate everything that was going to happen on the slopes over the course of the days. A task that, on this last occasion, will fall on the figure of a classic of the competition, a Luis Parejo (Levitec Huesca) that pulls a digital “pencil and paper” to trace the route of a final in which he will place his trust in a Covirán Granada which will end up prevailing in the third round (2-1). Because, in his words, the Breogán River You can only beat the Andalusian team in the duel to be played at the Pazo next Thursday.

In this way, the doublet of victories in his fiefdom would deliver to the group of Pablo Pin the ascent on the night of next Sunday 20 with Lluis Costa as a standard bearer by way of MVP… Will they get their predictions right?

Final: The pool of… Luis Parejo
Play off Forecast
Covirán Granada vs Río Breogán 1 two 1

twenty-one: “It is going to be an exciting series between Covirán Granada and Río Breogán in which I hope I can get it right, but in which I am not going to talk about sports because we all know what it can bring us on the track. I am going to speak from the heart. where I still have Andalusian roots, despite being adopted from Cáceres, which makes me think that it may be a 2-1 in favor of Covirán Granada.

They come in very good dynamics after lifting the series against Leyma Coruña that they had against them and that can give them a great boost. In addition, I would like that next season there would be a new Andalusian derby in the Endesa League and that is why I think they can win the two games they will play at home to end up achieving promotion. And all this, with a decisive Lluis Costa “.

MVP: Lluis Costa (Covirán)

In previous days …

Under “The Quiniela de la LEB Oro” the curtain on his Regular League a few weeks ago and he did so with a total balance of 29 weekly tickets and a record. And it is that, for the first time in its history, the section has registered two plenary sessions (9/9) within the same Regular League.

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 his ticket during matchday 15 with a 1/9 that made 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) 6/9 (67%) Football pools
F.2 – J.12 Diogo Brito (Ibereólica COB) 2/9 (22%) 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) 4/9 (44%) Football pools
F.2 – J.16 Ricardo Úriz (Tizona Burgos) 7/9 (77%) Football pools
F.2 – J.17 Mathieu Kamba (Melilla SC) 3/9 (33%) Football pools
F.2 – J.18 Ander Urdiain (Levitec Huesca) 4/9 (44%) Football pools
ROOMS Álex Pérez and Pau Tomàs (BSA) 4/12 (33%) Football pools
SEMIS Marc Blanch (CB Prat) 4/6 (67%) Football pools
FINAL Luis Parejo (Levitec Huesca) ———- 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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