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Overview

The 2013 and 2015 EuroVolley champions have defeated Slovakia in straight sets in their last and only encounter in the 2003 group stage. Russia (pictured in 2013) has won 35 out of 38 games against the teams in Pool D, while Slovakia have only participated at three EuroVolley.

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Starting Team

Squad Listing

C 2

KOSEKOVA Barbora

Setter

3

HUDECOVA Romana

Outside spiker

4

HRONCEKOVA Veronika

Middle blocker

6

PALGUTOVA Karin

Opposite

7

SPANKOVA Michaela

Libero

8

KIJAKOVÁ Miroslava

Outside spiker

9

PENCOVA Jaroslava

Middle blocker

10

HERELOVA Nina

Middle blocker

12

RADOSOVA Nikola

Outside spiker

13

OVECKOVA Lenka

Setter

14

SZABOOVA Sandra

Middle blocker

15

FRICOVA Karolina

Outside spiker

16

JANCOVA Skarleta

Libero

22

KOSTELANSKA Maria

Outside spiker

41005

FENOGLIO Marco

Head Coach

Player profile

FENOGLIO Marco

Head Coach

10639

MASEK Michal

Assistant Coach 2

Player profile

MASEK Michal

Assistant Coach 2

43052

MICOLI Stefano

Assistant Coach

Player profile

MICOLI Stefano

Assistant Coach

Team Statistics

SLOVAKIA

Overview

RUSSIA

Player Statistics

Match Report

Russia secure the second place in the Pool D

Article

The huge favourites from Russia gave no chance to the home team in their last game in Pool D in front of 5730 spectators in Bratislava. Vadim Pankov´s side dominated from the first ball and recorded a significant victory.

The Russians did not trail at any moment of the game, having a comfortable lead from the beginning in all three sets.

Russia secured the second position in Group D behind Germany, while Slovakia ended third and is looking forward to its first-ever eight-final on Sunday.

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The match in numbers

78
Points

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

66
Duration

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

5730
Spectators

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

187
Match Spikes

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

42%
Reception Level

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

3-13
Net Domination

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

0-3
Ace Count

SLOVAKIA number of service aces compared to RUSSIA

27-23
Error Difference

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

Day 7 Recap

Play

“Finally, everything went the right way for us. We haven´t been fully satisfied after our last game, we made many mistakes, but today it was great for us. But it is so early for celebrate, we have to prepare for play-off games.”

Evgeniya Startseva
Russia Setter

Marco Fenoglio, Slovakia coach:

“Sorry to all spectators and all the people. It was not good game from our side, but sometimes in sport games like this happen. Special sorry for people, who supported us.

“Russia had great blocks, defence. We did not know what to do, how to be successful. I do not remember defeat like this one. But the atmosphere was great again, although we were down the whole game. I have to thanks all fans for their support.”

Nicola Radosova
Slovakia outside-spiker