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Barça (ESP) – Paris Saint-Germain HB (FRA)
Monday 28 December, 18:00

Barça are record EHF Champions League winners with eight trophies, including two in Cologne (2011 and 2015) – and could become the first team to win the trophy for a third time at the VELUX EHF FINAL4

PSG have never won the EHF Champions League. They were runners-up to Vardar in 2017


THW Kiel (GER) – Telekom Veszprém HC (HUN)
Monday 28 December, 20:30

Kiel and Veszprém meet for a fourth time in the semi-finals at the VELUX EHF FINAL4; Kiel won in 2014 and Veszprém in 2015 and 2016, but neither of them went on to win the final the following day

Veszprém have won 11 of the 22 EHF Champions League matches between the two sides and Kiel 10; they drew 31:31 in the 2020/21 group phase in October this year.

Missing players: Rasmus Lauge – Veszprém ( knee injury) ; Nikola Bilyk (Kiel) – same reason; Pavel Horak and Magnus Landin (Kiel) has Covid-19 infections, Domagoj Duvnjak and left wing Rune Dahmke has injury problems, and their participation is uncertain


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