By Maxence Gorregues
All seats in the side stand dedicated to the general public have been sold out since the beginning of the week, at the Palais des Sports in Caen (Calvados). Since Wednesday noon April 27, 2022, tickets have even been sold out at the club’s main point of sale, at the Intermarché de Louvigny. The online ticket office is panicking… There is no doubt that the coming meeting between the Radio Canada and Lyons Friday at the Palais des Sports is one of the main events of the season, if not the most important.
After losing the first leg of the first round of the play-offs (81-77), Moïse Diamé and his partners must imperatively take their revenge if they want to stay alive. A defeat would be synonymous with elimination, and therefore the end of the season.
Beautiful if there is, from this Sunday
In the event of victory, the counters would however be reset to zero, before a beautiful one which was played in Caen, from this Sunday afternoon (3 p.m.). “It is unthinkable that we can be on vacation on Friday,” thunders coach Fabrice Courcier.
The best placed team for qualification remains Lyon, even if they will have to win at home and even if we will have the advantage of playing at home. You have to roll up your sleeves, show even more commitment and be determined.
To achieve this, players should be able to count on a very well stocked room. “It’s the game of the season, says Florian Roetta, in charge of relations with partners at the CBC. We keep tickets for sale at the box office on game night. For the players, to win together, we hope it will be full! “And also to hope that there will be a good Sunday…
CBC-Lyon, Friday April 19 at 8 p.m., Palais des sports de Caen.
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