LP SALO team captain Kaisa Jokinen feels confident: “The first leg in Ukraine confirmed that we are capable of stand such high-quality opponent. I believe that we are super-charged and we will all play our best on Thursday. We need a top performance to seize the night but I think this is within our reach”. LP SALO played on Saturday its last domestic game before the clash with Khimik YUZHNY besting their opponents from Rovaniemi in straight sets.
“Our opponents played two good sets in Ukraine and we still want to score a second win to avoid the golden set” Khimik mentor Sergei Holotov says.
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