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Tonight: Holon hosts Hapoel

The red team wants to continue the winning streak, and it will be a tough away game at the Toto Hall

21/04/2024  | Preview
With a streak of five wins and a place in the semi-finals of the State Cup, Tonight (8:30 p.m., live broadcast on the 5 Sports Channel) Hapoel will come to Toto Hall for a fascinating meeting with the old rival from Holon, and will want to take another step towards securing a place in the upper house.
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Hapoel and Holon met twice this season (as part of the league and in the semi-finals of the Winner Cup), with one team winning each game. In the match between the teams in the Winner Cup somewhere at the end of September, Hapoel beat the Purples by 22 points with a wonderful offensive display when they scored 97 points under the direction of captain Levi Randolph who scored 23. In the league game at Pa Arena last February, upon returning from the international teams break, it was Holon that came out With the win 73-72 at the end of a thriller and a close game throughout all its phases.

Levi Randolph, an offensive celebration in the Winner Cup

Hapoel, as mentioned, comes with a streak of five wins in all the frames, when last Saturday they defeated Galil Ekion at the Enerbox Hall in Hadera after an impressive comeback from a double-digit deficit and with tremendous support from the crowd in the stands. Levi Randolph also stood out in the last game with 18 points, 5 assists, and a very impressive figure of 100% from three (4/4).

On the other hand, Holon comes to the meeting with a streak of three losses. Holon was hosted by Maccabi Tel Aviv last Saturday, started the game not well, but recovered and led a comeback, which unfortunately was not enough to come away with the win.

Chris Johnson, wants to beat the ex

Tonight, Chris Johnson will return to the Toto Hall for the first time since he left Holon, and will want to show the same ability he displayed in the last game against the Purples when in 23 minutes of play he provided 11 points at 100% from all ranges, 8 rebounds and a 20. Johnson, who returned last summer for a second term at Hapoel, is one of the team's most significant anchors, especially in defense with an iron defense, and also in attack, putting up stable numbers of 12 points and 4 rebounds on average.
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