There were not doubt about the names of the last two EHF Champions League F4 teams in COlogne this season! Hungarian MVM MKB Veszprem showed strength once again against PSG Kielce oveplaying them the second year in a row – 34:28 in Veszprem Arena after draw in Paris 24:24. The French team had only one player on the court, amazing Danish shooter Mikkel Hansen, who scored 15 goals, but that wasn’t enough for Ilic (7) and his team-mates…German THW Kiel ended the list of EHF CL F4 participants by victory over PICK Szeged 31:23 (18:10) after -3 from the first match in Hungary 31:29. Filip Jicha with 8 and Marko Vujin with seven goals overplayed Jonas Kallman (5) and his guys in the crucial match of the season…DRAW ON TUESDAYThe VELUX EHF FINAL4 draw will start at 12:00 hrs local time and will be preceded by the official press conference at 11:30, which will be attended also by Lord Mayor of City of Cologne Jürgen Roters.Open drawThe VELUX EHF FINAL4 draw will be completely open and all four teams will be drawn from the same pot. The draw will be conducted in four simple steps.1 – Team 1 will be drawn for the Semi-final 12 – Team 3 will be drawn for the Semi-final 23 – Team 2 will be drawn for the Semi-final 14 – Team 4 will be drawn for the Semi-final 2The playing times of the semi-final matches will be announced at Tuesday’s press conference and the playing order will be announced in due time following negotiations with TV partners.Live coverageThe whole event starting at 11:30 hrs will be streamed live and free on ehfTV.com. ← Previous Story VELUX EHF CL F4: Kielce did it again! Next Story → WHO IS THE HANDBALL PERSON 2014?