Malaga-Peristeri bwin: Difficult exit-challenge in Andalusia for Peristeri


The theoretically most difficult game in the 1st group of this year’s Basketball Champions League is tonight (21:30) the Pigeon bwinwhich will be tested in Spain and the seat of the highest quality Malaga.

One win and one loss so far for the team of Vassilis Spanoulis in the tournament, defeated 96-68 at the home of the French Le Mans and it was imposed 87-70 Sobatelli in the closed “Andreas Papandreou”, thus being in the 3rd place of the group, equal to the French.

After his negative start to this season, Peristeri bwin seems to be finding his… feet, coming from three consecutive wins! Last Saturday (4/11) he comfortably prevailed 103-74 away from Amarousi, in a match he had for his most valuable Hunts (23p) Ragland (13p, 12 rib) and Mitrou-Long (13p).

“We have a difficult game against a very good team, such as Malaga. At this time the opponent is playing very good basketball in the Spanish league and the Basketball Champions League. For our part, we are in a very good momentum and we want to continue to perform well. We have won the last few games and we want to prove that we are also playing well against Malaga, who are a strong opponent in a match that will be a good test for the continuity of our commitments. We will have to be focused from the first to the last minute, play good defense and control the pace of the game.”declared ahead of the big match Nemanja Dangubic.

As for her Malagais in very good playing condition, playing beautiful basketball in her recent games, while coming from six straight wins in BCL and Spanish league!

The team that reached the Final-4 of last year’s event, but finished in fourth place, is in first place in the group after two games, having won 87-78 at the home of Sobatelli and 83-74 at Le Mans in Andalusia. Last Saturday, they comfortably overcame the obstacle of Obradoiro, which they defeated 87-74, remaining at the top of the ACB standings (4th place with an 8-3 record).

The referees of tonight’s match will be Paulo Marques (Portugal), Radomir Voginovic (Montenegro) and Valentin Olliot (France).

Source: Sport Fm

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