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Overview

Russia, who have recently confirmed their Tokyo 2020 spot (pictured), are keen to continue their current unbeaten run (W2-L0) against Switzerland, whom they have last played and beat in 1971 and 1967. While Switzerland has only participated at three EuroVolley, Russia is the only country to have been present at every European Championship since 1949.

Pool D Preview

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Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 13

STARTSEVA Evgeniya

Setter

1

LAZARENKO Angelina

Middle blocker

3

EFIMOVA Ekaterina

Middle blocker

4

CHIKRIZOVA Daria

Libero

6

KOROLEVA Irina

Middle blocker

7

ROMANOVA Tatiana

Setter

8

GONCHAROVA Nataliya

Opposite

9

GALKINA Alla

Libero

11

KURILO Margarita

Outside spiker

14

FETISOVA Irina

Middle blocker

16

VORONKOVA Irina

Outside spiker

18

PARUBETS Kseniia

Outside spiker

19

KHALETSKAIA Mariia

Outside spiker

26

LAZAREVA Anna

Opposite

9642

PANKOV Vadim

Head Coach

Player profile

PANKOV Vadim

Head Coach

5225

BUSATO Sergio

Assistant Coach

Player profile

BUSATO Sergio

Assistant Coach

67192

BULYCHEV Yuri

Assistant Coach

Player profile

BULYCHEV Yuri

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

RUSSIA

Overview

SWITZERLAND

Player Statistics

Russia celebrate a job well done
Match Report

Another straight-sets victory for Russia

Article 25 August 2019

Group D big favourite started slowly, Switzerland fought for every point and had four points lead in the end of the first set (22-18), but Russia took timeout and turned the score.

Same story in the second set. When Switzerland enjoyed the privilege of a short break, the Russians reacted with a more focused performance. In the third set Russian team controlled the game.

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The match in numbers

100
Points

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

73
Duration

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

350
Spectators

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

176
Match Spikes

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

40%
Reception Level

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

15-3
Net Domination

The number of successful point winning blocks of RUSSIA compared to SWITZERLAND.

4-6
Ace Count

RUSSIA number of service aces compared to SWITZERLAND

29-25
Error Difference

Errors leading to points of RUSSIA, next to those from SWITZERLAND

Day 3 Recap

Play

Maja Storck, Switzerland opposite: “We can be proud of ourselves. Nobody expected we would be able to reach so many points against such a strong opponent. Russians were calmer in the sets ending.”

“We once again did not start well, but then the game went in our way. The most important thing is we won. That was our main goal.”

Vadim Pankov
Russian coach