blue tomorrow in the field against the Dominican Republic

THE WORDS OF THE BLUE

Davide Mazzanti (Italy coach) – « We are facing a team that has changed a lot and is very young. The Dominican Republic makes the physical its strong point and because of this characteristic it could put us in difficulties. They find Martinez who was not in the first stage of VNL but beyond that he could get into trouble in exchange for the ball even though in the break phase they can be dangerous. The girls will have to be good more technically than tactically against a rival like the Dominican Republic. I’m happy with how the new girls fit in. They are growing physically as we expected, gradually but substantially. Now the team has to pick up those right feelings that will then give the ideal pace of play to highlight our strengths.

Anna Danesi (Italy) – « It will be important for us to score even if it is a game in which we will have to work to find our affinity for the game – admitted the Italian center, Anna Danesi. We will not have to look at who we are facing because it would be a serious mistake to underestimate our rivals. We must strive to think only and exclusively about our game. Returning to the field with the national team I felt a lot of emotions, I hadn’t played for a month, but little by little I am confident of regaining the right rhythm to get back in the best shape. “.

THE 14 BLUE

Dribblers: Ofelia Malinov and Francesca Bosio.

Crushers: Miriam Sylla (C), Caterina Bosetti, Alice Degradi, Anastasia Guerra.

Opposites: Paola Egonu and Sylvia Nwakalor.

Central: Anna Danesi, Sara Bonifacio, Cristina Chirichella, Marina Lubian.

Free: Monica De Gennaro and Eleonora Fersino.

The farmer Davide Mazzanti.

14:00 DEP REP. DOMINICANA-

Dribblers: Camil Domínguez Martínez and Niverka Marte Frica.

Crushers: Vielka Peralta Luna, Madeline Guillen Paredes, Bayelin Martinez.

Opposites: Gina Mambru Casilla and Gaila González López.

Central: Esthefany Rabit, Angelica Hinojosa, Jineiry Martinez, Geraldine Gonzalez.

Free: Yaneirys Rodriguez and Larysmer Martinez Caro.

The farmer Marcos Kwiek.

PREVIOUS ITALY – REP. DOMINICANA-

27 wins, 6 losses, 33 runs

RESULTS POOL 3 – BRAZIL (BRAZIL) –

First day

Netherlands – Germany 1-3 (20-25; 19-25; 25-12; 22-25)

Italy 3-1 Serbia (21-25; 25-14; 25-15; 25-20)

Second day

Dominican Republic – South Korea (to play)

Brazil – Turkey (to play)

Group 4 results – Quezon City (Philippines).

First day

Canada – Thailand 0-3 (19-25; 22-25; 24-26)

Japan 3-0 Poland (25-21; 25-21; 25-21)

Second day

Bulgaria – USA 0-3 (20-25; 22-25; 20-25)

China 3-0 Belgium (25-19; 25-22; 25-14)

THE COMPLETE POOL CALENDAR 3-

Week 2 (Brasilia, Brazil)

June 15: Rep. Sunday – South Korea at 11 p.m.

June 16: Brazil – Turkey at 02:00

June 16: Serbia – South Korea at 8 p.m.

June 16: Italy-Rep. Dominican at 23.00 (live Sky Sport 1 and streaming NOW)

June 17: Holland – Brazil at 02:00

June 17: Germany – Italy at 20:00 (Sky Sport 1 live and streaming NOW)

June 17: Serbia – Turkey at 11 p.m.

June 18: Holland – Dominican Republic at 2 p.m.

June 18: Italy – Brazil at 20:00 (Sky Sport 1 live and streaming NOW)

June 18: Germany – Turkey at 11 p.m.

June 19: Holland – South Korea at 2 p.m.

June 19: Brazil – Serbia at 3 p.m.

June 19: Germany – Dominican Republic at 6 p.m.

* Italian timetables

THE COMPLETE POOL CALENDAR 4-

Week 2 (Quezon City, Philippines)

June 16: Poland – Thailand at 5 p.m.

June 16: Canada – Belgium at 9:00 am

June 16: Bulgaria – Japan at 1:00 p.m.

June 17: Poland – USA at 5:00 p.m.

June 17: China-Canada at 9 p.m.

June 17: Japan – Thailand at 1:00 p.m.

June 18: Bulgaria – Canada at 5:00 p.m.

June 18: Belgium – Poland at 09:00

June 18: USA – China at 1:00 p.m.

June 19: Bulgaria – Belgium at 5 p.m.

June 19: Thailand – USA at 9 p.m.

June 19: Japan – China at 1:00 p.m.

* Italian timetables

THE PROVISIONAL CLASSIFICATION-

Japan 5 wins (14 pt), China 4 wins (13 pt), USA 4 wins (12 pt), Thailand 4 wins (11 pt), Turkey 3 wins (9 pt), Serbia 3 wins (9 pt), Italy 3 wins (9 points)Poland 3 wins (8 pt), Germany 2 wins (8 pt) Canada 2 wins (6 pt), Belgium 1 win (2 pt), Bulgaria 1 win (2 pt), Netherlands 0 wins (2 pt), Rep. Dominican Republic 0 wins (0 pt), South Korea 0 wins (0 pt).

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