Next week SEHA's schedule will be free, with no games, but many players will not get chance to relax because they will be playing for their national teams on preparing tournaments, friendly matches or even qualifications for 2015 WC in Qatar.
SEHA will have two teams playing qualifications.
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA will firstly play in Estonia and then host Portugal in qualification group 5 for WC. Latvia is also playing in that group with Tatran Prešov's giant Kristopans. Borac's Janković will on the other side play for Bosnia.
SLOVAKIA will in group 2 host Cyprus and then play in Romania. By them, in group 2 will play Italy. Tatran's players Urban, Antl and Rabek will play for Slovakia.
From each of five qualification groups only one team will advance to play-offs which means that Slovaks and Bosnians have some hard and important matches ahead of them.
Four SEHA GSS's selections will play friendly matches.
SERBIA will play Czech Republic twice, in Prague and Jičin. Kocić and Pušica will play for Serbia from Vojvodina along with Partizan's Marsenić.
MACEDONIA and MONTENEGRO will play two matches between themselves in Macedonia with many players from Metalurg, Vardar and Lovćen.
BELARUS has already played two matches against Russia at home and lost both (25:29, 25:30). Meshkov's Baranov, Shumak and Cherapenka were playing for Belarus, Atman and Dibirov for Russia. Russia will with those two players also play on a tournament in Tunisia against hosts and Brasil.
And for the end top tournament in Norway…
CROATIA will play in Oslo's Spectrum and a traditional Bring Cup against Norway, Denmark and France. CO Zagreb's players Josip Valčić, Šprem and Horvat will play for Croatia.
Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Belarus will use matches as an introduction to Denmark's EC in January next year.