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Overview

A big victory in the group stage of EuroVolley 2015 was when Poland did not even lose a set against Slovenia. On the other hand the very close friendly game in Szczyrk last year, gave a very different picture of this matchup. Looking at this year’s game, as coach Nawrocki says, the game in Atlas Arena will be a whole different story. What might be worth focusing on, is definitely the match-up of setters – how will the young and perspective Eva Mori (who has recently signed with ŁKS Commercecon LODZ) look comparing to one of the most experienced players of the whole event – Joanna Wołosz?

Pool B Preview

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Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 5

KAKOLEWSKA Agnieszka

Middle blocker

2

GRAJBER Martyna

Outside spiker

3

ALAGIERSKA Klaudia

Middle blocker

6

LUKASIK Martyna

Opposite

8

STENZEL Maria

Libero

9

STYSIAK Magdalena

Opposite

10

EFIMIENKO-MLOTKOWSKA Zuzanna

Middle blocker

13

MAJ-ERWARDT Paulina

Libero

14

WOLOSZ Joanna

Setter

15

WOJCIK Aleksandra

Outside spiker

16

MĘDRZYK Natalia

Outside spiker

17

SMARZEK-GODEK Malwina

Outside spiker

18

ZAROSLINSKA-KROL Katarzyna

Opposite

20

KOWALEWSKA Marlena

Setter

8898

NAWROCKI Jacek

Head Coach

Player profile

NAWROCKI Jacek

Head Coach

10391

KRZYSZTALOWICZ Blazej

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

KRZYSZTALOWICZ Blazej

Assistant Coach 2

27041

KAWKA Waldemar

Assistant Coach

Player profile

KAWKA Waldemar

Assistant Coach

45317

KAWKA Przemysław

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

KAWKA Przemysław

Assistant Coach 2

65776

GASIOR Rafal

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

GASIOR Rafal

Assistant Coach 2

Team Statistics

POLAND

Overview

SLOVENIA

Player Statistics

Match Report

Poland storm to comprehensive victory to delight 5,400 fans

Article

With the extra push provided by 5,400 fans, Poland caught a perfect start to their EuroVolley campaign in Lodz and even though Slovenia just got better with each set, the home side celebrated a well-deserved 3-0 victory.

Slovenia’s team captain Eva Mori received a very warm welcome from the local fans of LKS Commercecon LODZ, as the setter will be playing for the Polish club this coming season.

The 3-0 victory for Poland confirmed that together with Italy they are the clear-cut favourites for the top spot in the Pool, with the top four securing a place in the elimination round of the championship.

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The match in numbers

105
Points

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

81
Duration

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

5400
Spectators

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

211
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.

8-8
Net Domination

The number of successful point winning blocks of POLAND compared to SLOVENIA.

5-3
Ace Count

POLAND number of service aces compared to SLOVENIA

24-35
Error Difference

Errors leading to points of POLAND, next to those from SLOVENIA

Day 1 Recap

Play

“Some may say that Slovenia is Europe’s second division but I feel like it was the best opponent for our first game. They played fast and had many combinations – this was all demanding and put some pressure on us. Obviously, it had to be tougher in the second set after the first finished so fast. Tomorrow we play against Portugal, the team who came here to learn what EuroVolley is all about as they make their debut in the event. We must at least repeat today’s performance.”

Zuzanna Efimienko-Młotkowska
Middle-blocker of Poland

“I am quite happy about the way we played, especially in the second set, although the score does not reflect the quality of the performance that we presented. I think we need to repeat our offensive solutions against less demanding rivals in order to get the needed victories which could lead us to secure a place the next round.”

Alessandro Chiappini
Coach of Slovenia