Panathinaikos-Olympiakos: “eternal” opposite lives with… but the same goal!


In another one of the many “eternal” derbies we have seen and will see this season, Panathinaikos and Olympiacos face off today (19/3, 15:45) in the OAKA in the framework of the 19th game of the Basket League, in a game despite the different… courses, it is the “mother of battles” (ΕΟΤ3, News Bulletin 247,

THE “greens” they come from the defeat by PAOK in Thessaloniki, but they have one of the two unbeaten places in the championship, having done 9/9. They want to take the battle for prestige but also to chase to the end the best possible in the standings. With their victory over Prometheus last Sunday, the “red and white” maintained their unbeaten streak not only in this year’s Basket League but also in all domestic competitions since November 22, 2021, reaching 50 hits in a row. If they manage to extend that run in today’s derby, they will also secure first place in mathematics of the regular season, alongside of course the absolute home advantage ahead of the playoffs.

Dimitris Agravanis he normally took part in yesterday’s “clover” training session, offering another solution to Christos Serelis for the tall line. On the other hand, except Mateus Pony, with the Pole suffering a heavy sprain. Let’s remember that he limped out of last Thursday’s game against Villeurbanne. Marius will also be present in the derby Grigoniswho took the position of a foreigner held until a few days ago, by the… ex, Andrew Andrews.

Kostas Sloukas, completely overcame the injury he was dealing with recently and was placed at the disposal of Giorgos Bartzokas. We remind you that the 33-year-old guard had suffered a first-degree contusion, as a result of which he missed the last two games of Piraeus, with Prometheus Patras for the championship and with Zalgiris for the Euroleague.

In the first round, it was an extremely interesting game in SEF with Olympiakos winning 68-66! His leaders were Sasha Vezenkov (22p, 7p, 4cl.) and Mustafa Fal (17p, 8/13d, 9p). For Panathinaikos, Dwayne Bacon (20p, 7/13d, 5p, 3as.) and Giorgos Papagiannis (11p, 7p, 3kps) stood out, but they couldn’t smile in the final.

The last battle between the two teams…

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The 11 consecutive victories of Piraeus:

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 81-65 (Greek OPAP Cup)

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 71-95 (EuroLeague)

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 68-66 (Basket League)

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 52-67 (Super Cup)

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 93 – 74 (Basket League – Finals)

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 72-78 (Basket League – Finals)

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 74-61 (Basket League – Finals)

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 62-68 (Basket League)

Olympiacos – Panathinaikos 101-73 (EuroLeague)

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 73-81 (OPAP Greek Cup – Final)

Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 65-84 (EuroLeague)

And some other numbers


First National (From 1963-64): Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 110-93

Basket League (From 1992-93): Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 78-69


First National (From 1963-64): Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 75-25

Basket League (Since 1992-93): Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 57-15


2004-05: Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 86-55


1992-93 (3rd playoff final): Panathinaikos – Olympiacos 72-77 (Zarko Paspali had 32 for Olympiacos)

Source: Sport Fm

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