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Overview

Titleholders Serbia and hosts Turkey go for a major showdown with the top spot in the pool at stake. This will be their 8th meeting at EuroVolley, with Serbia leading with 5 wins to Turkey's two.

Pool A Preview

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Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 14

ERDEM DÜNDAR Eda

Middle blocker

2

SEBNEM AKOZ Simge

Libero

3

ÖZBAY Cansu

Setter

5

ERCAN Seyma

Outside spiker

6

AKMAN Kübra

Middle blocker

7

BALADİN Hande

Outside spiker

9

İSMAİLOĞLU Meliha

Outside spiker

11

AYDEMIR AKYOL Naz

Setter

12

YILMAZ Gözde

Opposite

13

BOZ Meryem

Outside spiker

18

GÜNEŞ Zehra

Middle blocker

20

SARIOĞLU Aylin

Libero

21

YILDIRIM Fatma

Outside spiker

99

KARAKURT Ebrar

Outside spiker

8314

GUIDETTI Giovanni

Head Coach

Player profile

GUIDETTI Giovanni

Head Coach

11447

PAKKAN Saim

Assistant Coach

Player profile

PAKKAN Saim

Assistant Coach

42124

HAMURCU Alper

Assistant Coach

Player profile

HAMURCU Alper

Assistant Coach

75016

VATANSEVER recep

Assistant Coach

Player profile

VATANSEVER recep

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

TURKEY

Overview

SERBIA

Player Statistics

Match Report

Titleholders Serbia edge Turkey to claim top spot in Pool A

Article

Serbia secured their fifth straight victory in the competition to claim first place in Pool A.

Turkey caught a very promising start to the match – taking the first set – but could not keep the same pace for the rest of the game, thus settling for second place in the group on a 4-1 win-loss record.

Serbia’s superstar Tijana Boskovic and Brankica Mihajlovic top scored with 20 and 19 points, respectively. Turkey’s team captain Eda Erdem Dündar scored 16 times, including seven blocks.

With the result, Serbia made amends for a 0-3 loss they suffered at the hands of Turkey earlier this year in the FIVB Volleyball Nations League.

There was a record crowd of 10,700 spectators at Ankara Sports Hall – the highest attendance registered at this year’s EuroVolley this far.

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The match in numbers

126
Points

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

111
Duration

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

10700
Spectators

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

238
Match Spikes

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

49%
Reception Level

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

12-10
Net Domination

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

3-3
Ace Count

TURKEY number of service aces compared to SERBIA

56-41
Error Difference

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

Day 7 Recap

Play

“We feel very happy because we know Turkey is a good team and this game was very important. The Turkish fans were extremely passionate and it is good to see a full hall. I am proud of my team. We had some ups and downs, especially in the third and fourth sets but I am happy that after losing a few points, we could come back and that we play as a team. We finally have two days off and we are waiting for our opponent. We will be at the top and give our maximum against Romania.”

Maja Ognjenovic
Captain of Serbia

Giovanni Guidetti, coach of Turkey: “It was a great fight, in front of great people, great spectators. It is amazing to play in front of this crowd. In front of us, there was the best team in the word right now and with the number of mistakes that we did, it is impossible to compete with them.

Starting from now, every match is a final. We have to play much better in the next round to stay in the competition as long as possible. In this round, we did our job, nothing less, nothing more than that.”