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A new Champions League round in women's handball is scheduled this coming weekend. In a Group B fixture on Saturday, CSM Ramnicu Valcea take on Hungarian opponents Gyor, away from home. Gyor are the runner-up team in the group, with two wins and two draws on their record sheet. CSM Ramnicu Valcea are at the bottom of the table with a record of three defeats in a similar number of games. CSM have had an auspicious debut in the domestic championship, grabbing a 28-to-24 win against SCM Craiova in Ploiesti this past Thursday.

CSM Bucharest play Hungarian opponents Ferencvaros Budapest, in a Champions League confrontation this coming Sunday. CSM's lineup for the game will include Cristina Neagu, who was in lockdown as she tested positive for COVID-19. In the domestic championship's debut stage, CSM Bucharest secured a 32-20 win against Gloria Buzau. In the Champions league, CSM are 4th-placed in group A, with two wins and one defeat on their record sheet. With one win and one defeat in only two games they have played so far, Ferencvaros are 6th-placed in Group A.

We end with news from football, since this coming weekend will see matches being played, counting towards the 7th round of domestic League One championship. On Friday, FC Argeş take on Astra Giurgiu. On Saturday, in Ploiesti, Chindia Târgovişte take on Gaz Metan Mediaş, Politehnica Iaşi play a home game against Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe, while CFR Cluj face FC Botoşani, also on home turf. On Sunday in Medias, FC Hermannstadt are pitted against UTA Arad, while in a confrontation hosted by the National Arena in Bucharest Dinamo take on Universitatea Craiova. The last two games as part of round 7 are scheduled on Monday, when FC Voluntari face Viitorul Constanţa and Academica Clinceni play FCSB. Craiova are at the top of the table with 18 points, followed by FCSB and CFR Cluj, with 12 points each. 

(Translation by Eugen Nasta)
Publicat: 2020-10-16 13:45:00
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