After the break for rest last day, Conservas Alsur Antequera will close the first round of the first phase of the Silver Honor Division championship hosting Handbol Sant Quirze. The meeting will be held at home, in the Fernando Argüelles Pavilion, this Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
The team coached by Chispi will look for a new victory at home to continue the good feelings harvested just before the break last week. The victory in the last match in the visit to Hiros BM Caserío de Ciudad Real (28-37) gave the team the confidence to convert the good game displayed in recent weeks with results.
Now, it will be key for the green team to become strong in front of their fans to achieve the second consecutive victory and start the second round with a better position in order to overcome the startwhere they are in eighth position with four points, although with three teams ahead by one and two points.
The team that visits the Fernando Argüelles will be the Handball Sant Quirzewho at the moment does not know the victory and adds a point in the classification, being bottom of this. The Catalans have achieved their only draw in the last matchday at home against Caserío Ciudad Real, with a result of 28-28. That is why the team coached by Ricard Reig will put the team from Antequera into a difficult duel, since they are almost obliged to start scoring points, especially for the second phase.
The green player Eduardo Escobedo spoke in the preview about the rest day, which helped the team to recharge their batteries: “It was something we needed, a breather to gather strength. Working at the level we were doing and moving forward, there’s still a long way to go”. All this came after the victory in Ciudad Real: “It was something we needed after so many days without winning. But it’s time to go forward, because with one we are not satisfied ”
With the visit of Sant Quirze to Fernando Argüelles, the left-back of Conservas Alsur Antequera believes that the key will be in “Start concentrated from the first minute, with more desire than the rival”. In this case, the team from Sant Quirze del Vallés, despite their qualifying situation, is tough: “They are a rival who, even though they are down in the table, are very fighting. They fight the games until the end and I see them very strong”.