Fenner is complete and very scary! This phrase is very likely to be on the minds of everyone involved in Euroleague as Obradovic's team overcame injury problems, players found their roles and victories come one after another. With 5 wins in their last 6 European games, the Turks have now climbed to 9th in the standings and are a breath away from 8th and entering the playoffs. In the latest clash between Berlin and Alba, the Serbian coach saw his five players have a double-digit score, making Fener's tackle particularly difficult for any opponent.
Zenit, on the other hand, is in the bottom of the standings, coming from consecutive defeats in the VTB League and the Euroleague, while in the clash with the Turks it will be without half its team. Specifically, Pontica, Renfro, Iverson and Kostov will be absent, with the top 3 being irreplaceable executives of Platha's rotation. The senior is now left alone with Agion to be called out on one of Europe's busiest lines while missing both Renfrew's creation (5 assists per game) and Pontica's execution (10 points). per game).
When the Russians have been defeated by Kralev and Unix at home in the last week, will they be able to resist the upset Fenerbahce? I see it unlikely. Double with over 7 points