At least when it comes to Mykola Bilyk: “If I had to decide, then I’d bet on Sweden,” said Austria’s team captain. The 26-year-old, who recently played in top form at his club in Kiel, and the ÖHB selection are doomed to watch after missing the World Cup qualification. In addition, with France and Spain, the usual suspects are among the narrower circle of favourites.
For Bilyk, Iceland around the veteran Aron Palmarsson takes on the role of the secret favourite. “They have made a good development, with Omar Ingi Magnusson and Gisli Thorgeir Kristjansson (both Magdeburg; note) got two great guys. A team with an offensive, unpleasant defense that has everything,” said Bilyk.
There is a question mark behind Norway’s Sander Sagosen. The backcourt player only came back from a month-long ankle and knee injury in November. “A world-class player who will still need some time,” Bilyk knows his Kiel colleague very well. The World Cup started yesterday with France against Poland, the game ended after this issue was printed.
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