Handball Web Streaming this Week (29 Mar to 1 Apr 2021)

Drew Donlin and his club, Leon, can be seen on ehfTV both Monday and Tuesday vs Kristianstad.

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All times are CET which is 6 hours ahead of US ET. Odds courtesy of Bet MGM and/or OddsPortal.

American Athletes in Action

  • Pro Ligue (France)
    • Angers vs Pontault-Combault (-3.5) (Monday, 2000 CET): Video Link
      • Abou Fofana plays left back and defense for Angers
      • Angers got a nice victory on Saturday to move out of last place in the Pro Ligue. Up next is 2nd place Pontault-Combault.
  • EHF European League ehfTV
    • Kristianstad (-3.5) vs Leon (Monday, 2045 CET) **Kristianstad won 34-27**
    • Kristianstad (-2.5) vs Leon (Tuesday, 1845 CET)
      • Drew Donlin plays defense and circle runner for Leon.
      • Leon had 5 members of its staff (players and coaches) test positive for COVID-19 and the 1st leg match in Leon had to be postponed. As a consequence, Leon and Kristianstad will play back to back matches on Monday and Tuesday in Kristianstad with the aggregate score deciding who will advance to the quarterfinals.
      • Leon faces a big challenge. It’s tough enough that both matches have to be played on the road, but it also likely that Leon hasn’t been able to fully practice for the last 10 days or so.
      • UPDATE: Kristianstad won the first leg 34-27. This means Leon has the difficult task of making up 7 goals in the 2nd leg.
  • Liga ASOBAL (Spain)
    • Cisne vs Cangas (-0.5) (Wednesday, 1900 CET): Video Link
      • Alex Chan Blanco plays center back for Cisne
      • Cisne is currently in last place (18th), but this match vs Cangas (16th place) and is a great opportunity to pick up 2 badly needed points.
  • HBL 2 (Germany)

Other Matches this Week

  • EHF European LeagueehfTV
    • The Last 16 playoffs finish up on Tuesday with 2nd leg matches. Below are the times for those matches along with the 1st leg scores. Remember, the aggregate score for both matches determine who advances. If the aggregate is zero, the next tiebreaker is away goals. And, the next tiebreaker is a penalty shootout to take place immediately after the match. (And, yes that has happened before: Link)
    • EHF Preview: Link
    • Kadetten Schaffhausen vs Montpellier (-3.5) (Tuesday 1700 CET)
      • Montpellier and Schaffhausen played to a 27-27 Draw in the first leg
    • Magdeburg (-5.5) vs HC Eurofarm Pelister  (Tuesday, 1845 CET) 
      • Magdeburg has a commanding lead having won the first leg 32-24
    • HC CSKA Moscow vs GOG (-0.5)  (Tuesday, 1845 CET) 
      • GOG won the first leg 33-31
    • Rhein-Neckar Löwen (-6.5) vs RK Nexe (Tuesday, 1845 CET) 
      • Rhein-Neckar won the first leg 27-25
    • Plock (-4.5) vs Sporting (Tuesday, 2045 CET) 
      • Plock won the first leg 29-25
    • Nimes (-1.5) vs Chekovskie (Tuesday, 2045 CET)
      • Chekovskie won the the first leg 30-25 
      • Arguably, this will be the most interesting match as while Nimes is favored by 1.5 goals they have a 5 goal deficit to make up.
    • Füchse Berlin (-6.5) vs Fivers (Tuesday, 2045 CET) 
      • Berlin has a commanding lead having won the first leg 35-27
  • EHF Champions League  ehfTV
    • Szeged vs Kiel (-1.0)  (Wednesday, 1845 CET)
    • Nantes vs Kielce (-1.0)  (Wednesday, 2045 CET)
    • Vardar vs Veszprem (-4.0)  (Thursday, 1845 CET)
    • HC Motor (Pickem) vs HC Meskov Brest (Thursday, 1845 CET)
    • Zagreb vs Flensburg (Thursday, 1845 CET) **Postponed due to positive COVID tests with Zagreb players**
    • Celje vs Paris S-G (-5.5) (Thursday, 2045 CET)
    • Porto (-1.5) vs Aalborg (Thursday, 2045 CET)
  • LIDL Star Ligue (France):  LNH TV 
    • Toulouse (-3.5) vs Tremblay  (Wednesday, 1600 CET) Video Link
    • AIX (-2.0) vs Chambery  (Wednesday, 2000 CET) Video Link