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Overview

Both teams have only won a total of three matches at the EuroVolley, while Switzerland has lost 15 and Spain (pictured) 18. During the 2013 EuroVolley Pool phase both team failed to win a single match in their respective group.

Pool D Preview

#EuroVolleyW

Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 13

GONZALEZ Helia

Outside spiker

1

BERBEL Aina

Middle blocker

2

CORRAL BOUZA María José

Setter

4

RIVERO Jessica

Outside spiker

5

SANCHEZ Alba M.

Libero

6

DE BLAS Alicia

Middle blocker

7

ELIZAGA Sofia

Outside spiker

10

CASTELLANO Lucrecia

Middle blocker

11

CARO GARCÍA Mabel

Middle blocker

14

PRIANTE FRANCES Ariadna

Setter

16

SEGURA Maria

Outside spiker

17

ESCAMILLA Ana

Outside spiker

18

LLABRÉS Patricia

Libero

20

MONTORO Raquel

Opposite

9119

SAURIN Pascual

Head Coach

Player profile

SAURIN Pascual

Head Coach

10984

GARCIA Juan Diego

Assistant Coach

Player profile

GARCIA Juan Diego

Assistant Coach

47389

FUENTE Miguel

Assistant Coach

Player profile

FUENTE Miguel

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

SPAIN

Overview

SWITZERLAND

Player Statistics

Match Report

Success for Spain, Switzerland out of #EuroVolleyW

Article 27 August 2019

Third game in Bratislava´s Group D in a row with a five sets drama. Spain’s players looked kind of frozen in the beginning, Switzerland showed good reception and powerful spikes. With two winning set and 4-1 in the beginning of third, it looks like Timo Lippuner´s side could reach its first victory in the tournament, but Spain woke up and turned the game. The final tie-break was once again drama. Spain lead 13-8, Switzerland went to 13-12, but the end of the set went to the Spanish team.

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The match in numbers

164
Points

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

122
Duration

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

1050
Spectators

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

296
Match Spikes

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

35%
Reception Level

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

9-13
Net Domination

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

15-14
Ace Count

SPAIN number of service aces compared to SWITZERLAND

56-55
Error Difference

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

Day 5 Recap

Play

“Third key was crucial. We started well, dominated like the first two, but we missed experience in the end. That was the reason why we began to make small mistakes. We came back in the tie-break, but again made some mistakes. But as outsider we had played a good game.”

Timo Lippuner
Switzerland Coach

Pascal Saurin, Spain coach: “Tough game, but we knew it before. Switzerland is on the last place in our Group, but played good volleyball. Our opponent showed that in the first two sets. We played less aggressive comparing previous games. Switzerland players prepared very well to Escamilla and were able to block her. But we turned the game. Our key player was today Jessica Rivero.”