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21. 04. 2017

CEV Volleyball Champions League 2016/2017 W

F4 in Treviso: Vakifbank main favorites for winning CL trophy!

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Giovanni Guidetti’s side is the main favorite at the CEV Champions League Final four, according to many bookmakers in the world.

 

Vakifbank is coming to this tournament after failing to advance to the final of the Turkish playoff championship, which can’t be an advantage for Eczacibasi, who also suffered defeat in the semifinals of the playoffs.

It is interesting that Eczacibasi is considered to be the second favorite for winning gold.

When we talk about Dinamo Moscow and the host Imoco Volley Conegliano, they almost have the same chances to win the trophy.

These are just bookmakers’ prediction, considering the teams’ performances so far this season. However, previous displays won’t help too much, as the teams need to be at their best to win the competition.

The Final Four is starting tomorrow at 17:00, featuring two big volleyball coaching names.

 

We've presented the facts about VakıfBank İstanbul and about Eczacıbaşı VitrA İstanbul, who will face each other in the first semifinal.

Also, read the article about Imoco Volley Conegliano and their rival, Dinamo Moscow.


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