High-octane clashes to decide last four quarter-final spots

High-octane clashes to decide last four quarter-final spots

Danijela Vekić & Adrian Costeiu

After three away wins and one home win in the first leg, there is everything to play for in the second leg of the EHF Champions League Women 2023/24 play-offs on Saturday and Sunday. The largest winning margin in the first leg was six goals, leaving it all wide open when the teams meet again this weekend, highlighted by the Match of the Week in Denmark where Ikast Handbold try to make up a two-goal deficit against SG BBM Bietigheim.

20231019 CLW R5 Previews Quote Ikast
We are not going to bring a lot of new things to the table. If we play as well as we can and as we have proven many times this season, we can beat the very best teams in Europe, including Bietigheim. So it is very much about us finding our own level.
Kasper Christensen
Head coach, Ikast Handbold
20240321 CLW PO2 Preview Omoregie Quote
Despite the outcome of the previous game in Ljubljana, we understand the importance of maintaining the focus and determination. Now it’s the time to step on the court and show that we deserve a spot in the quarter-finals. We know that our opponent will come with everything they’ve got, but it’s up to us if we will allow them to show what they are able to do. So far this season, these are the most important 60 minutes for us in the Champions League.
Elizabeth Omoregie
Centre back, CSM Bucuresti
20240201 CLW R12 Preview Quote Brest
At home, we need to be able to imbue our rhythm even more, continue with our defensive base. We must also consider all possible scenarios, FTC will want to push and try things. So, you have to prepare for everything so as not to be surprised and stay in the right position.
Pablo Morel
Head coach, Brest Bretagne Handball

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