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ITA M: SuperLega Volleyball Quarterfinals Reach Climactic Conclusion

by WoV
source: LegaVolley

This Wednesday, the volleyball world turns its eyes to Italy as the SuperLega Credem Banca Quarterfinals stage its final showdowns. In a night of high stakes, Gas Sales Bluenergy Piacenza will host Allianz Milano, while Cucine Lube Civitanova faces Mint Vero Volley Monza in critical Game 5 matchups, determining who will advance to the Semifinals.

Allianz Milano vs Gas Sales Bluenergy Piacenza – Photo: LegaVolley.it

The journey to this pivotal moment has been a rollercoaster of intense competition, with both matchups living up to their billing as the quarterfinals’ most evenly matched contests. Milan’s remarkable comeback against Piacenza in Game 4, turning a 0-2 deficit into a 3-2 victory, sets the stage for a thrilling conclusion at the PalaBancaSport. With the series tied at 2-2, home court advantage could prove crucial for Piacenza’s hopes.

Simultaneously, the battle between Civitanova and Monza at the Eurosuole Forum promises to be just as fierce. With the series also deadlocked at 2-2, this final game is not just about advancing to the next round; it’s about securing a spot in the European cups for the next season.

Milano, energized by their Game 4 victory and a historical win in last season’s Quarterfinal at the same venue, are confident in their ability to upset once more. Antoine Brizard celebrates his 100th game in Italy, and Matey Kaziyski is on the verge of a personal milestone, needing just 27 points to reach 6,000 in Italy.

In Civitanova, after a shaky start to the series, the team has rallied to force a Game 5, demonstrating the resilience and skill that make them formidable opponents. The face-off between setters Luciano De Cecco and Fernando Kreling, alongside their dynamic spikers, hints at another epic encounter where every point will be fought fiercely.

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