Valencia measures its competitive maturity in the Final Four

The Valencia Basket will open this Friday its participation in the Final Four of the women’s Eurocup in the Hungarian town of Szekszard in a semifinal against the physicist Carolo basket French, a clash that will measure his competitive maturity by the pressure to play heads or tails for a place in the final and because it will be the second match of these characteristics that he plays away from the Fonteta this campaign.

The first was the semifinal of the Super Cup in his season opener and was defeated. Since then, the team of Ruben
Burgos has shown strong growth, but both the group stage of this Eurocup as the two subsequent qualifying rounds and the Queen’s Cup he has played in his pavilion.

Favorite for potential, budget and trajectory, the set of Ruben
Burgos He will have to manage that pressure to access the final game and it is hoped that his style of play based on strong defense and quick exits to counterattack will help him, a model less exposed to nerves than others.

In any case, the presence of veteran players like Anna Gomez, Cristina Ouviña, Queralt Houses, Bec Allen or Celeste TrehanDavis and the self-confidence of others like Leticia Rosemary or Raquel Career it should be used to dispel doubts that may arise.

Of course, he will have a team with a similar style in front that in the first phase of this tournament, two Spanish teams were measured in the Fonteta, in two matches that would place him among the upper-middle class of the Spanish Women’s League. He ran over the City of La Laguna Tenerife and lost a tight duel with him Lointek
Gernika. To the agile rhythm of the expert Amel Bouderra, the Charleville-Mézières team exploits Evelyn’s physical power Akhator and from Endene Miyer,

For this meeting the power forward will be a doubt Laura Gil, who suffered a muscle injury in one of the week’s workouts, a situation that is likely to increase the weight in the rotation of the young Carrera. Burgos could also convert the ‘four’ to the Lithuanian Laura Juskaite if the situation gets complicated.

The Valencian team completed a long journey on Wednesday that began at noon and did not end until around two in the morning and this Thursday they will have a first contact with the stage of the Final
Four.

The meeting will take place in the small pavilion of Szekszard, in which previously the local team and the Reyer Venezia They will have decided the name of the first finalist and it will be behind closed doors due to the restrictions due to COVID 19. In fact, there can only be one hundred people in the pavilion, including the players.