The Barça does not give anything in his visit to the Norwegian Elverum

Barça prepares for its fourth consecutive Champions League matchin which he hopes to recover the leadership of the group that he has lost today to Nantes, (24-35 to Celje) who have played one game more than the Barça team. “Our initial goal was to reach this month’s break undefeated,” says Carlos Ortrega, coach of the Catalan team, which thus justifies that there are no rotations in your template: the gala team travels to Norway to face Elverum tomorrowand as there is one left over it is Parera, pivot, the one who stays out.

The break is this week, because then there are no Champions until the 27th of this month because of the international team meetings. And the initial goal could be fulfilled, because Barça is the only unbeaten team in the group (three wins) and in this outing it does not seem to have too much competition.

Elverum has an irregular march at this start of the season, both in his domestic competition and in the Champios, in which he has not yet scored. “But that doesn’t mean anything, because in Europe it’s difficult to win away from home”, Ortega points out. Also, he played on Monday and won easily at home, so has increased the morale of its public to fill tomorrow (6:45 p.m., Esport3 and DAZN) at Hakons Hall in Lillehamer, with a capacity for 10,500 spectators (it is not the team’s usual court). After all, Barça is the current champion of the last two Champions Leagues.

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