The most interesting matches in the upcoming EHF week in the Men’s EHF EURO 2016 qualification will be clashes between Germany and Spain (April 29 in Mannheim and May 3 in Leon). Two TOP teams of the Group 7 are almost qualified for the tournament in Poland after secure wins over Austria and Finland at the start of the process. However, the first place in the group is something about what coaches Sigurdsson and Cadenas will fight.
The new-old strength of the Spanish team will be Arpad Šterbik, who will be again between the posts after break due injury at Qatar 2015.
Arpad Sterbik (Vardar Skopje), Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas (Barcelone), Raúl Entrerríos (Barcelone), Chema Rodríguez (Veszprem), Joan Canellas (Kiel), Jorge Maqueda (Nantes), Alex Dujshebaev (Vardar Skopje), Virán Morros (Barcelone), Carlos Ruesga (Veszprem), Antonio García (Pick Szeged), Albert Rocas (Naturhouse La Rioja), Víctor Tomás (Barcelone), Cristian Ugalde (Veszprem), Valero Rivera (Nantes), Julen Aginagalde (Kielce), Gedeón Guardiola (Rhein Neckar Lowen).