5'000 people are going to cheer Bulgaria's second home game against Korea. In return of this this total support, the host team is ready to take what they think is theirs - a 3:0 success.
Coach Silvano Prandi will have to play again without captain Vladimir Nikolov. 'We have to improve some elements but in general the team is doing what is needed', Prandi said. His boys had a hard time on the morning pratice working on the blocking. 'We are not in the best shape but we have a goal to follow and so far we are on track according to the plan', captain Nikolov said earlier this week.
On the other side of the net, the Koreans prepare themselves to face the 'superior' Bulgarian team and hold their strength more than 2/3 of a set as what happened yesterday. 'We work hard every day to improve and compensate the physical difference between us and European teams', coach Shin said.