EHF Champions League Final Four
Seven months later than expected due to the coronavirus pandemic, the EHF Champions League Final Four takes center stage on Monday and Tuesday. It will be a little surreal to see Cologne’s Laxness Arena empty, normally sold out, but it will still be the handball worth watching.
How to watch: If there is no TV contract where you live, matches will be available live on ehfTV. In the US and Canada, the only way to watch will be on beIN Sports XTRA, which is a free streaming service: More Info
List of TV contracts by nation: Link
Tom ‘Brannagain will provide English commentary for all 4 games.
Odds: Barcelona, who are unbeaten this season in all competitions, are strong favourites: Here are the odds for each team to win the tournament:
- Barcelona: -155, .65 to 1
- Kiel: +420, 4.2 to 1
- Veszprem: +455, 4.55 to 1
- Paris SG: +800, 8 to 1
Odds provided by Unibet / Unibet PA
Monday, December 28
Semi-final #1: 1800 CET Paris Saint-Germain v Barcelona (-3.5) EHF Overview EHF Summary Video On Demand
Semi-final #2: 2030 CET Veszprem (slight favourite) against Kiel EHF Overview EHF Summary Video On Demand
tuesday 29 december
3rd: 1800 CET Paris Saint-Germain vs Veszprem (slight favourite) EHF Preview Video on Demand
Final: 2030 CET Barcelona (-4.5) against Kiel EHF Preview Video on Demand
American athletes in action
- Germany HBL 2:
- TSV Bayer Dormagen vs Gummersbach (-2.5) (Wednesday 1930 CET): Link (VPN required; More info; What I use)
- Ian and Patrick Hueter play for Dormagen. Dormagen are on a roll and will finish 202 with a huge challenge, taking on VFL Gummersbach who have lost just one game all season
- HBL Ranking: Link
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