FMP Zeleznik looks to make another run at the ULEB Cup when the Group B season gets underway against WTK Anwil Wloclawek in Serbia on Tuesday. The always young and talented side has gotten off to a fine 2006/07 season, leading the Adriatic League with a 6-1 mark. However Anwil has been solid as well despite a recent loss, co-leading the Polish Leage after four games. Based on last season, FMP is the clear favorite, as it went 6-0 on its home floor, while Anwil was winless in five games on the road. Guard Aleksandar Rasic has led the boys from FMP this far, while Zoran Erceg has become a force in the paint. Anwil is also a rather young side, boosted by veterans Mark Dickel and Andrzej Pluta on the perimeter and centers Brandon Kurtz and Dusan Bocevski inside. The game will be a test for the FMP big men Erceg, Predrag Samardziski and Mladen Pantic, who'll need to cope with wily Kurtz and Bocevski, as well as power forward Said Hajric. The matchup between Rasic and Dickel could also produce something special. However it could be the other members of the backcourts that ultimately must rise to the occasion. For the hosts, that means Branko Cvetkovic, Bojan Krstovic and Milos Teodosic, while Anwil will turn to swingman Gatis Jahovics or forward Zbigniew Bialek in hope of finding extra points. Points may be at a premium in this game, leaving a lot on the shoulders of the point guards. But with so many young players on the floor, the key to the game might not be which team is more talented but rather which can better withstand the pressure of opening night.