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Overview

France and Serbia were in the same EuroVolley pool back in the 2011 edition. Back then Serbia defeated France by the score of 3-1.

Pool A Preview

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Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 16

FIDON LEBLEU Juliette Marie Louise Andrée

Outside spiker

1

CAZAUTE Héléna

Outside spiker

3

GIARDINO Amandine

Libero

4

BAUER Christina

Middle blocker

5

MARTIN Pauline

Middle blocker

9

STOJILJKOVIC Nina

Setter

11

GICQUEL Lucille

Opposite

15

SYLVES Amandha Marine

Middle blocker

17

DASCALU Alexandra Alina

Opposite

22

MOREELS Manon

Outside spiker

23

OLINGA-ANDELA Léandra

Middle blocker

45

NDOYE Odette

Outside spiker

59

STEUX-CALEYRON Mallory Nathalie

Setter

99

GELIN Juliette

Libero

40444

ROUSSEAUX Emile

Head Coach

Player profile

ROUSSEAUX Emile

Head Coach

11242

DELACOURT Laurent

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

DELACOURT Laurent

Assistant Coach 2

27127

ANDRE Felix

Assistant Coach

Player profile

ANDRE Felix

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

FRANCE

Overview

SERBIA

Player Statistics

Match Report

Serbia pull off third straight victory to top Pool A charts

Article

Serbia had a rough start to the match, just as the day before when playing Bulgaria, but came from behind (16-19) scoring as many as nine consecutive points to secure a 25-19 first set win. Despite losing the third set 17-25, Serbia’s second lines were still able to avoid a tiebreak, closing the match 3-1 in their favour.

 

Tijana Boskovic and Brankica Mihajlovic top scored with 14 points apiece even though they did not play in the third and fourth sets. France, on the other hand, used all of the 14 players on their roster. Manon Moreels of France suffered a knee injury towards the end of the match.

 

Serbia boast a perfect record of three wins in as many matches they have played in Pool A this far and they are yet to drop a point as they try to retain the crown they claimed two years ago in Baku.

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The match in numbers

124
Points

The combined total number of points scored by both teams throughout the entire match.

94
Duration

The total length of the match, from the first serve through until the last point has ended.

400
Spectators

Total number of people in attendance at the venue – taken at the end of the second set.

245
Match Spikes

The combined total number of successful spikes achieved by both teams throughout the entire match.

43%
Reception Level

An average of the two team service reception percentages from the complete match.

9-10
Net Domination

The number of successful point winning blocks of FRANCE compared to SERBIA.

3-4
Ace Count

FRANCE number of service aces compared to SERBIA

42-40
Error Difference

Errors leading to points of FRANCE, next to those from SERBIA

Day 4 Recap

Play

“I am very happy that we won the third game in a row at EuroVolley. France were great today and they played very well. All of the players on our roster could play today. I hope we will do better in the coming matches. After a day off, we will play with Greece so first we will try to focus on this one game. Obviously, our last match in Pool A against Turkey will be an interesting one.”

Tijana Boskovic
Player of Serbia and top scorer of the match

Juliette Fidon Lebleu, captain of France: “I want to say I am very, very proud of my team tonight. I think we really fought hard. We did great things. It is sad because our outside spiker Manon Moreels sustained an injury when we were leading the game. I want to be happy tonight because we showed great things but we cannot really be because of her injury. I really think about her. We are all going to support her. Our comeback in the third set was not enough for the win, but the fourth set was extremely good for us too. I think we cannot know what would have happened if she had not sustained that injury.

I think this game was a great preparation for the match with Finland. That shows us how we need to be against Finland. We need to think about them as if they were Serbia, and if we approach that game this way, that can be an interesting one.”