The Rocasa Gran Canaria will receive this Wednesday BM Morvedre, before which it will try to certify its pass for the final phase of the Glass of the Queen that will be celebrated in Baracaldo between the days 26 and 28 of April, after the tie at 26 points recorded in the first leg.
The players of the island team led by Carlos Herrera arrive at this meeting in a good moment, after achieving six victories and a draw in the last seven league games, and win in the first leg of the EHF Cup Challenge against Ankara of Turkey (33-23).
Herrera has called Silvia Navarro, Dara Hernández, Sayna Mbengue, María González, Arinegua Pérez, Slavica Schuster, Haridian Rodríguez, Lisandra Lussón, Tiddara Trojaola, Vika for this Wednesday. Macedo, Carmen Toscano, Gleinys Reyes, Melania Falcon and Karen Mendoza, while Argentina's Manu Pizzo is injured.
The coach of Rocasa does not trust the tie achieved in the first leg and expects his players to go tomorrow
"We have to be super attentive and very motivated against a team that has already complicated our lives in the first leg and in the Liga.The BM Morvedre comes from winning a direct rival like Zuazo away from home in the league and will also be very motivated, "he said in statements provided by his entity.
Herrera is of the opinion that the Valencian team has much to gain and little to lose.
"Anyway, I trust my players a lot, we are getting better and we want to be in the final phase of the Cup and aspire to win it," he assured.
For its part, the Morvedre it has been reinforced in the last hours with the Montenegrin player Vanesa Agovic, right-handed lateral of 22 years and 185 centimeters, who has played in the powerful ZRK Buducnost Podgorica and in the Hungarian Vasas SC.
In the same way, the Rocasa must take extreme defensive precautions with the international junior and lateral right-hand Rocío Rojas, who scored half of the 26 goals scored by his team in Valencia.
This round of the second round of the Copa de la Reina between Rocasa Gran Canaria and BM Morvedre will take place tomorrow at the Antonio Moreno Pavilion in Las Remudas starting at 7.30pm.