Also in Super League on the eighth day The first leg features big games and rematches of championship finals. After yesterday’s advance, we won Modena at the last breath TarantoThis Sunday the protagonists of the championship final of the last championship return to compete against each other: Trent and Civitanova.
The Italian champions have 19 points and are in second place (in first place is Perugia, which, however, has two games left due to the Club World Cup). Civitanova is currently in fifth place with 13 points and a few lost points. The last game between the two teams dates back to 17th of May when the challenge, Game 5 of the Championship Finals, was delivered Tricolor to Itas.
“Meeting Lube at the Eurosuole Forum is always an energizing moment in any team’s journey – explains trainer Alone. – For us it is also an opportunity to check against a top team the progress made in the last period in terms of effectiveness and continuity of play.”
The training of Fabio Solo, Today, the only team that is undefeated has grown and is showing it game after game. The challenge with Civitanova will therefore also serve as a possible confirmation: “We will face a team that has a lot of weapons, knows how to use them well and plays concrete and unpredictable volleyball. I therefore expect an exciting game full of content and experiences with the awareness of how nice it is to be able to take part in a classic of our volleyball like this one“, he concludes Alone.
In the Lube house, however, the men of Blengini They come from a win in the Super League, achieved in a photo finish against Taranto, and a solid performance in Europe against Prague: “We are waiting for the Italian championship team, a group that has gained players and gained experience, especially among the younger ones, which also strengthens team chemistry and the ability to win. When you win a title you inevitably grow“, explains Blengini. Who admits: “For me it is the most balanced lineup in the Superliga.”
And finally it echoes Alone: “It will be a very difficult challenge in a championship where there are no easy games. It’s exciting to revisit the game from the last championship final because we know our fans will support us in important ways and we will draw energy from their push.”