Huesca, Nov 17 (EFE).- Bada Huesca will try to end the drought of victories that it is dragging on the complicated REBI Cuenca track, a victory that would make it equal to the Castilian-La Mancha team in the classification and be able to think about climbing the classification and moving away significantly from the lower area.
The Alto Aragonese team has gone five days without knowing the victory in which they have lost on three occasions and tied on two and the objective is to break this bad dynamic even if it is on a difficult track in which they will have the already known long-term absences of Gerard Carmona and Ignacio Suárez.
José Francisco Nolasco, coach of Bada Huesca, sees Cuenca as one of the most complicated teams in the category: “Cuenca is the second team from last season, it is representing us in Europe and its team has international players from Argentina, Brazil and Portugal and, therefore, it will be very complicated due to the quality they have.”
Bada Huesca is not having much consistency throughout this season, which has led it to be in a position in the table in which it cannot be neglected since it could complicate classification, something that the coach of the team blames. Huesca team due to lack of experience by having young players.
Furthermore, he explained that they have had many injured men, affected by blows and physical discomfort and very long and frequent trips, something that, all together, means that they cannot maintain a regular line.
Nolasco foresees a “tough and very difficult” match because his rival “defends hard and has his personality”, in addition to having the advantage of playing at home “with a public that supports non-stop and puts a lot of pressure on the rival and the referees ”.
For the Bada Huesca coach, the key to the confrontation to have a chance of scoring a point could be “defending hard, doing the rotations well, having a good match and not having many mistakes” since his opponent has only lost one game in his house. EFE