Schwerin (dpa/mv) - A good year after the early exit in the round of 16 of the DVV Cup, the volleyball players from SSC Palmberg Schwerin have the opportunity to take revenge on Saturday (7 p.m.) at VC Wiesbaden. This time the teams meet in the quarterfinals. "This game is under completely different circumstances than last year. We really had a difficult start to the season, as a team we didn't have many opportunities to build up a lot of self-confidence and we carried a big backpack around with us," said coach Felix Koslowski.
Good from the point of view of the SSC: Captain Anna Pogany is fit and has traveled to Wiesbaden to join the team. The Mecklenburg women drove from Suhl to Hesse on Thursday to play their fifth away game in a row in two and a half weeks. Schwerin will not be playing in front of its own audience again until next Wednesday. Opponent is again the VC Wiesbaden - then in the Bundesliga.