Euro Cup is in full flow right now and various European clubs have put on a show already. In this game, Spanish clubs Valencia and Gran Canaria battle it out. More about VAL vs GC Dream11 is going to be imparted here.
Valencia has split its ten games so far across the Spanish Basketball League and the Euro League. The team has scored 77.0 PPG but has allowed 77.4 PPG, which again reflects the close record at hand. The last two losses have been 1 point and 5 points which shows the inability to close out games. Klemen Prepelic has provided the bulk of the scoring, being well supported by all-time scorer for the club in Bojan Dublijevic.
Gran Canaria has played some wonderful basketball this season and has a 6-2 record in Spanish Basketball League and a 1-1 split in the Euro League. Unlike Valencia, the team’s major scoring load is shared between different players with Albicy being a dependable facilitator. Depsite the lack of star-level scorer, the team has averaged more points than Valencia, going at 79.9 PPG. What is the difference between the two teams? Canaria has won close games unlike Valencia.
Visitors: Gran Canaria
Match Timing: 4 November, @ 01:00 AM
Venue: Pavelló Municipal Font de Sant Lluís
Pavello Municipal Font de Sant Lluis is going to host the game which is the home court for Valencia. The seating capacity of the Arena is 9,000.
Valencia | Gran Canaria (Euro Cup Record)
Games: 02| 02
Wins: 01| 01
Defeats: 01 | 01
Klemen Prepelic leads the team in scoring. He is one of the options for Super/Pro Player in the Dream11 Fantasy basketball scenario.
Artem Pustovyi has chipped in with scoring and rebounding.
Klemen Prepelic (VAL)
Led the team in points during the last match.
Artem Pustovyi (GC)
Led his team in points during the last game.
Martin Hermannsson (VAL)
Led his team in steals during the last match.
Andrew Albicy (GC)
Led his team in assists and steals in the last match-up.
Bojan Dubljevic (VAL)
Led his team in assists during the last game.
Nicolas Brussino (GC)
Jaime Pradilla (VAL)
AJ Slaughter (GC)
Jasiel Rivero (VAL)
Dylan Ennis (GC)
Xabier Lopez-Arostegui (VAL)
John Shurna (GC)
PF: Louis Labeyrie
SF: Victor Claver
C: Bojan Dubljevic
SG: Martin Hermansson
PG: Nenad Dimitrijevic
Bench:Jasiel Rivero, Sam Van-Rossom, Jaime Pradilla, Xabier Lopez-Arostegui, Guillem Ferrando, Milan Jimenez, Gonzalo Bressan.
Valencia squad: Louis Labeyrie, Victor Claver, Bojan Dubljevic, Martin Hermansson, Nenad Dmitrijevic, Jasiel Rivero, Sam Van-Rossom, Jaime Pradilla, Xabier Lopez-Arostegui, Guillem Ferrando, Milan Jimenez, Gonzalo Bressan.
PF: Miguel Salvo
SF: Nicolas Brussino
C: Artem Pustovyi
SG: Dylan Ennis
PG: Andrew Albicy
Bench: John Shurna, AJ Slaughter, Chris Kramer, Ilimane Diop, Oliver Stevic, Khalifa Diop, Javier Lopez Santana.
Gran Canaria Squad: Andrew Albicy, Miguel Salvo, Artem Pustovyi, Dylan Ennis, Nicolas Brussino, John Shurna, AJ Slaughter, Chris Kramer, Ilimane Diop, Oliver Stevic, Khalifa Diop, Javier Lopez Santana.
No channel will live stream the games but the score can be seen on flashscore.com.
None. No official streaming in India.