Eleventh round San Marino Championship BKN301 Tomorrow will open with five matches, four of which will be played at 3pm and one at 6.15pm.
The first meeting scheduled at the Acquaviva Stadium will see them face off against each other San Marino U22 Academy and Vitano. The Biancoazorini are coming off three straight defeats, so they have a great desire to make amends as well to be able to move up the standings and gain a place in the standings. Post season. On the other hand, the Gialloblu were motivated by last Saturday’s win over San Giovanni and will do their best to achieve another success. What Pellegrino’s men have been missing so far is consistency of results.
It’s still 3pm but at Fiorentino Stadium Peñarossa and Cosmos will compete. The match sees Castello di Serravalle as favorites, but in this match they will not be able to rely on the disqualified Rizzitelli. The Biancorossi have their first meaningful result of the season – the draw earned last Sunday against Cailongo – which has certainly given the players a greater awareness of their abilities. Instead, Berardi’s men registered two successive victories – both 4-0 – against Juvenis Dogana and San Marino Academy respectively. These successes marked the end of a decidedly negative period for Berardi’s men. The Gialoverde are bound to win if they still want to fight for the title: Serravalle are currently 13 points behind leaders Virtus.
Meanwhile in Montecchio Highlight match From the eleventh round and they will compete for bets Virtus and Morata. The Neroverdi team knows no obstacles, so much so that they have won all the matches they have played this season in all three competitions. They certainly have no intention of stopping and the Angelini-led boys will try to put a spanner in the works. The Bianconeri have made it three wins in a row, scoring 11 goals in total, and sit fourth in the standings, level with top-ranked Trey Pini. Morata will not have Peters available for this important match, as he has been ruled out for the day by the sporting referee.
The last match will take place at 3 pm in Domagnano: Tre Penne and Libertas will face each other in the “Cable Car Derby.” A match that is expected to be played between two organized teams and a rivalry that is very much felt even if the odds are in Castello di Città’s favour. Cisse’s men are invited to win after the draw they achieved last Saturday against Domagnano, which caused them to temporarily lose second place to La Fiorita. Tomorrow, the Biancazzurri will be without Baretta, who will remain in the pit due to yellow cards; On the other hand, Morelli will not be part of the challenge. Springdio’s men will also arrive hungry and desperate for revenge, having barely digested the second-half stoppage-time defeat at the hands of Fiorentino in the last round.
The second meeting tomorrow On the Acquaviva artificial track it will be at 6.15pm between Tre Fiori and Cailungo. The Gialloblù will start with the odds in their favor and will take to the field with poisoned teeth due to the defeat to Fiorita that halted the positive run that started on day two. They will face a Rusoverde team, which has achieved two draws in its last two matches against Domagnano and Peñarosa. Either way, Castello di Borgo Maggiore left with a bad taste in their mouths because they were unable to convert the chances they created.
Sunday includes three postponements all scheduled for 3:00 p.m. the match Montecchio will see two teams split by just one point in the standings face each other Domagnano and San Giovanni Who arrive at the meeting with the opposite morale. The Wolves are motivated by the draw earned against Tre Penne and this could be a card they can exploit to their advantage. Opposite them will be Tognacci’s men, who suffered a 0-2 defeat to Faetano in the last round. The two teams will have one suspended player in each side: Gosi for the Giallorossi and Garcia for Borgo Maggiore. Potential success would allow both to move closer to the playoff spot.
The other match on Sunday will be between two mid-table teams Serravalle Castle Derby, contested by Juvenis Dogana and Folgore. Both teams are coming off a negative spell of three straight defeats, with both teams conceding 13 goals in total. Currently, Amati’s boys are in eighth place with 11 points, two points behind the Giallo Rossoneri. Both are looking for points to move up the standings and raise morale.
Always on the field at 3 pm but in “Federico Crescentini” also Fiorentino and La Fiorita. A more than positive period for both: the Rossoblu achieved two victories in three matches, and the Gialloblu achieved three victories in a row. Particularly valuable was the final round with Tre Fiori which allowed Manfredini’s men to climb to second place and a potential victory with a Virtus stop would allow them to get something at the top. Colagiovanni, the Fiorentino player, and Brigi, the suspended La Fiorita player, will not participate in the match.
Pictured FSGC: A stage of the match between Morata and Jovenis Dogana
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