Thriller Expects in Helsinki
Dicken have experienced tremendous success within their inaugural season in European Cup hand ball so much better.
The current number 2 side in Finland have forced it to the Men’s Challenge Cup Quarter-final, and there’s no cause to expect the European debutants to discontinue their successful journey there.
On Saturday afternoon, at the Pirkkola at Helsinki, Dicken would be bid to overturn a one-goal shortage in their quarter-final return leg against AM Madeira Andebol SAD from Portugal.
This leaves Dicken with a fantastic chance to continue their European adventure, particularly if abandoned back Max Granlund can replicate his excellent nine-goal shooting operation from the leg.
The game, which is place for 14.30 local time, 15.30 CET, is scheduled to be broadcast live on ehftv.com.
St. Petersburg need to finish the job
While things continue to be close in the tie between Dicken and Madeira, H C Neva SPb are extremely close to reaching the semifinal and therefore so are seven objects up before their home game against H C Vise B M.
The St. Petersburg established team left no doubt at the very first game in Belgium, which they gained 33:26 after leading with seven aims for most of the second half.
This very crystal obvious lead clearly makes the Russian side favorites in your home game on Sunday afternoon.
The game at St. Petersburg starts at 15.00 local time, 14.00 CET and is scheduled for live broadcasting on ehftv.com.
CSM defending six-goal lead
CSM Bucuresti may have been at a much better position than they truly have been before visiting RK Borac m:tel for the next leg at Banja Luka on Saturday night.
CSM have a six-goal lead, 25:19, before their trip to the Bosnian city, but they headed by nine aims until the final stages of the home game Saturday.
However, Borac scored the last 3 aims of this game, which can obviously have raised their hopes of overturning the very first leg result.
Are four aims for Dynamo?
Only four goals upward, Dynamo-Victor might be facing a difficult challenge when visiting the Greek capital to get their next meeting with A.E.K. Athens H C.
On the home court at Stavropol, Dynamo-Victor won 25:21 last Saturday but were still also powerless to completely shake their competitions through the 60 minutes.
A.E.K were at the last season — they still have the chance to repeat that achievement before Saturday day’s throw-off at Athens.