The Stark Arena in Belgrade braces itself for the much-anticipated Championship game of the 2022 EuroLeague Final Four, with Real Madrid battling Anadolu Efes on Saturday at 6pm (UK time).
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It’s been a riveting Final Four in Serbia so far and the capital showpiece will see EuroLeague’s most succesful club in Real Madrid take on the reigning champions Anadolu Efes, who famously won their first title last year and will now look to defend the crown against a side accustomed to silverware.
Pablo Laso’s men booked their ticket to the final in best possible way, taking down El Clasico rivals Barcelona in the semis, gaining a shot at glory and Spanish bragging rights in the process. Indeed this has been a terrific year of sport for the city of Madrid, who also boast their football club in this month’s Champions League final.
A date in Paris awaits Carlo Ancelotti’s men, but for the now the city’s immediate focus will be on Laso’s side and potentially adding to the record 10 EuroLeague titles currently embellishing the WiZink Center trophy cabinet. A recent 26-13 head-to-head record against Anadolu Efes this century weighs heavily in their favour.
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But, of course, sport rarely follows the form book, and Ergin Ataman’s men are the reigning champions so will feel confident of sealing silverware once again — having also won the most recent game in the regular season back in March, the Istanbul club have momentum heavily in their favour.
The Turkish outfit also enter this bout with a better points-per-game average than Real (81.6 to 79.5), while they will be buoyed having recently overcome Olympiacos in the semi-finals, with Shane Larkin playing a particular blinder with 21 points. The Championship game is set to be a corker.
Real Madrid predicted starting lineup: Nigel Williams-Goss, Fabien Causeur, Adam Hanga, Edy Tavares, Guerschon Yabusele
Anadolu Efes predicted starting lineup: Shane Larkin, Vasilije Micic, Elijah Bryant, Adrien Moerman, Tibor Pleiss