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Guide: the Handball world CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 – everything you need to know

Handball–world CUP men. Played 10-27 January 2019. Märsterskapet is shared between Denmark and Germany. the Group stage will be determined in the four

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Guide: the Handball world CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019 – everything you need to know

Handball–world CUP men.

Played 10-27 January 2019.

Märsterskapet is shared between Denmark and Germany.

the Group stage will be determined in the four groups, A, B, C, D. to Sweden to play in the D-group is to be decided in Copenhagen. Here is Sweden's matches:

Egypt (20.30, broadcast on TV3)

Argentina (20.30, TV3)

Angola (20.30, TV3)

Qatar (20.30, TV3)

Hungary (20.30, TV3)

The three best teams in group A and B go on to huvudrunda 1 in Cologne, and the three best teams in group C and D go on to the huvudrunda 2 in Herning. The semi-finals in Hamburg, match for place 5/6 and 7/8, bronsmatch and final in Herning on Jutland.

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Andreas Palicka, Rhein-Neckar Löwen, 87 (A)-caps/2 goals
Mikael Appelgren, the Rhein-Neckar Löwen, 73/2

Jerry Tollbring, Rhein-Neckar Löwen, 51/158
Hampus Wanne, SG Flensburg-Handewitt, 22/44

Max Darj, Bergischer HC, 41/21
Andreas Nilsson, Telecom Veszprem, 121/273
Jesper Nielsen, Rhein-Neckar Löwen, 100/134

Niclas Ekberg, THW Kiel, 167/684
Mattias Zachrisson, Füchse Berlin, 118/274

Simon Jeppsson, SG Flensburg-Handewitt, 34/77
Kim Ekdahl Du Rietz, Paris Saint-Germain, 77/230
Luke Nilsson, THW Kiel, 55/134

Jim Gottfridsson, SG Flensburg-Handewitt, 68/239
Linus Arnesson, Bergischer HC, 21/20

Albin Lagergren, SC Magdeburg, 36/99
Kim Andersson, Ystads IF, 229/800

Mikkel Hansen is Denmark's biggest star – and one of the largest in the entire world CUP. Photo: Javier Soriano/AFP

Denmark's big star, Mikkel Hansen, is always worth seeing. Mittnian, today in the star-studded Paris Saint-Germain, the roost and is full of surprises. Twice selected to the world's best players.

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the French ”Swedish” mittnia Kentin Mahé may have a great role in the world CUP because it looks as if Nikola Karabatic will miss the championship due to injury. Mahé plays in Hungarian Veszprem, has a Swedish grandmother and can speak a little Swedish.

the Brothers Dujshebaev, big brother Axel, and brother Daniel, both play in the Spanish national team. They also play together in the Polish club Kielce, coached by their dad's Talent, once storstjärna in Barcelona.

Sweden has the world's best målvaktspar in Andreas Palicka and Mikael Appelgren. The two parts also on the målvaktsjobbet in the German side Rhein-Neckar Löwen and also have the best the goalie stats in the Bundesliga, Palicka at 38 per cent and Appelgren at 37 per cent.

Jim Gottfridsson and Kim Ekdahl du Rietz – two of the players in the ”asian” Kim-Jim-line. Photo: Mathias Bergeld/Bildbyrån

the Swedish niometerslinjen with the asian name Kim–Jim–Kim work? The names Kim Ekdahl du Rietz–Jim Gottfridsson–Kim Andersson should get motståndarförsvaren to tremble, but the question is whether ”Kimmarna” lost some of the focus forward during the bortavaron from the national team.

the wingers moved into one of the kamikazepiloter when the full force of the plunging into the crease and face a tvåmetersbjässe in the case. Always fascinating to see how they find the holes or how the with the precision of ”curls” in the balls with the help of incredible screws.

1. France 2. Norway 3. The republic of slovenia.

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the world CUP of 1938: the Third (in Germany)
world CUP 1954: One (in Sweden)
world CUP 1958: One (in east Germany)
world CHAMPIONSHIP 1961: the Third (west Germany)
world CHAMPIONSHIP 1964: Runner-up (in Czechoslovakia)
world CUP 1967: Fifth place (in Sweden)
the world CUP in 1970: Six (in France)
world CUP 1974: Eleven (in east Germany) the
world CUP 1978: Eight (in Denmark)
1982 world CUP: Eleven (in west Germany)
the 1986 world CUP: Four (Switzerland)
the 1990 world CUP: One (in Czechoslovakia)
1993 world CHAMPIONSHIPS: Third place (Sweden)
world CHAMPIONSHIP 1995: the Third (on the Island)
world CHAMPIONSHIP 1997: Runner-up (in Japan)
the 1999 world CUP: One (Egypt)
world CHAMPIONSHIPS 2001: Silver (in France) the
world CHAMPIONSHIP 2003: 13th (in Portugal)
the 2005 world CHAMPIONSHIPS: Eleven (in Tunisia)
world CHAMPIONSHIP 2009: Seven (in Croatia)
world CUP 2011: Four (in Sweden)
world CUP 2015: Tia (in Qatar)
world CUP 2017: Sixth (in France)

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