Dangerous exit for him Olympic in Tripoli.
The Piraeus face (20:30, News Bulletin 247, sport-fm.gr, NovasportsPrime) him Star in “Th. Kolokotronis” as part of the 11th matchday of the Stoiximan Super League.
The return to victory it looks like a one-way street for the “red and whites”, so that they can calmly go to the break that follows due to national reasons, but also to not allow Panathinaikos to escape them, and AEK to overtake them. His team Diego Martinez coming off of two consecutive losses. The 1-0 from West Ham in London for the 4th round of the Europa League, which, however, was combined with a good performance, but also the heavy 4-2 in “C. Karaiskakis” from PAOK, who came with a bad appearance. The Piraeus, after the rejection of the appeal for the episodic derby with Panathinaikos and the maintenance of zero, as well as the -1, which had been imposed at first instance, remain at -4 from the top and the “greens”, having 21 points like the AEK.
The suspended Kamara, as well as the injured Porosso, are out for Piraeus, while Freire is not yet ready. Biancone is on the team for the first time, having so far only played with Olympiakos B. Ibora is normally on the team. Also out is El Arabi, who played with the second team of the “red and whites”, but is not in Martinez’s main plans anyway.
THE Asteras Tripoli comes from the “double” (0-1) at the home of Panaitolikos with the goal of Miritelos, with which they returned to winning ways, after successive (at home) defeats by AEK (0-3) and Lamia (0-1) ). The Arkades in their field have three consecutive defeats, after they were preceded by 1-4 by Panathinaikos, while they also count one win and one draw in Tripoli. They had celebrated the 3-0 victory over OFI in their first match at “Th. Kolokotronis” in this year’s championship and since then they count one, with the 2-2 against PAS Ioannina. Milan Rastavac’s side stayed in 11th place with the win at Agrinio.
The Serbian technician will not have at his disposal the injured Bartolo, the suspended Djukanovic-Munafo and also the unprepared Sito and Viko.
Astera’s mission: Papadopoulos, Sgouris, Grammatikakis, Garthia, Houhoumis, Picsou, Kastanio, Grozdanich, Alvares, Christopoulos, Goss, Valiente, Sourlis, Diara, Alagbe, Zouglis, Miritelos, Crespi, Manzis, Kaltsas, Kosteas.
The mission of Olympiakos: Paschalakis, Tzolakis, Stournaras, Ortega, Kini, Rodinei, Biancon, Retsos, Doi, Fortounis, Ibora, Scarpa, Alexandropoulos, Vrousai, Carvalho, Biel, Ese, Pontense, Solbakken, El Kaabi, Masouras, Jovetic.
Asteras Tripoli (Milan Rastavac): Papadopoulos – Houhoumis, Kastanio, Picsou, Alvares – Alagbe, Goss, Sourlis – Kaltsas, Miritelo, Crespi
Olympiacos (Diego Martinez): Paschalakis – Rodinei, Retsos, Doi, Ortega – Ese, Carvallio – Masouras, Fortounis, Scarpa – Jovetic
Referee: John Papadopoulos
Assistants: Vassilis Nikolokakis, Michael Papadakis
Fourth referee: Konstantinos Andrianos
VAR: Andreas Gamaris, Dimitris Samoilis
Source: Sport Fm
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