On Sunday, October 17, 2021, at 4 p.m., in the 4th round of the DELO EHF Champions League, Győri Audi ETO KC will play away against Odense. The match will be held at the Phönix Tag Arena in Gudme as the Odense Hall is booked over the weekend. The meeting will be broadcast live on Sport1. Silje Solberg, who is in great form, was asked before the game.

The Danish team is no stranger to Győri Audi ETO KC, as we have met Odense several times in recent years. So far, the two teams have played four matches against each other, our team left the field victorious for three times, and the last match was a 32-32 draw.

Compared to last season, there have been significant changes in the Danish team, with six players leaving and five players arriving. Sweden's Martina Thörn has been recruited as a goalkeeper from Aarhus United, two Dutch players, Kelly Vollebregt from Dortmund, and Bo von Wetering from Metzingen  have moved their headquarters to Odense. Dione Housheer, also from the Netherlands, signed from Nykolbing, while the Norwegian lineplayer Maren Nyland Aardahl signed from Valcea.

After three rounds, Odense has two wins and one defeat in the Champions League. In the first round, they won to 31–25 away against Kastamonu, then lost 27–21 against Metz at home. On the third matchday, against IK Sävehof they won to 37–31 at home. Bione Housheer leads the team's home goalscoring list so far in the Champions League with 23 goals, Mia Rej is second with 17 goals, while Mie Hojhund is the third with 14 goals.

The team has played eight games in the Danish league and has left the field victorious after all the matches.

Before the match, we asked Silje Solberg.

The results of the matches between the two teams:

17.01.2021 BL Group Round 11 Odense Handbold - Győri Audi ETO KC 32 - 32

10.10.2020 BL Group Round 4 Győri Audi ETO KC - Odense Handbold 32 - 25

07.04.2019 BL Quarterfinal Round 1 Odense Handbold - Győri Audi ETO KC 28 - 29

03.04.2019 BL Quarterfinal 2nd round Győri Audi ETO KC - Odense Handbold 33 - 21

The match, which starts on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 16:00, will be refereed by the French referee duo Yann Carmaux and Julien Mursch and will be broadcast live on Sport1.