Anja Althaus who has been out of play for the last two months because of a knee injury is ready to play the important semifinal against Larvik HK.
The other german player at Viborg, Grit Jurack, is also back. Only nine week after she gave birth to Lukas she is ready for the semifinal against Larvik HK.
– It’s been going a little faster than expected to get in shape, the hard hitting backplayer says to danish newspaper BT.
Got to play our best
Larvik HK headcoach, Karl Erik Bøhn, admits that Viborg getting Grit Jurack back is not what he wanted, but at the same time he expects that she’s not at the same level as before.
– We got to play our best to tak Viborg. We’re in good shape and prepared, Bøhn telling Timeout Magazine.
The norwegian coach do not focus in just one player since all the team is filled with world class players.
The night before the match Larvik HK had a light excersise in Viborg Stadionhal and there seemed to be a good tension in the team.
– If we get back home with a result better than five goals loss we got a real good chance to get to the final, Karl Erik Bøhn finishes.
If we’re going to come with an expert opinion to this match we have to say we believe in a tight match with 21-22 goals to each team. We think both team has an equal chance to win this match.