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MATCHUP:          P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki - Olympiakos Piraeus
COMPETITION:   Superleague – Round 25
DATE:                    23-February-2020
TIME:                    19:30 EET  (17:30 UTC, 11:30 CST, 04:30 AEDT next day)
CITY/STADIUM:  Thessaloniki – Toumba Stadium (28,703)
REFEREES:           Tobias Stieles - Matthias Jollenbeck, Christian Gittelmann (Germany)
TELEVISION:        PAOK TV -
https://tv.paokfc.gr/video/paok-olimpiakos-live-1 7.99 - (worldwide)

P.A.O.K. vs Olympiakos history:    

Superleague

2018-2019:  3:1 (Vieirinha, Biseswar, Akpom) - Attendance: 25,097
2017-2018:  0:3 - Attendance: 24,717 (Olympiakos won on forfeit as they got scared of flying paper and decided not to play the game)
2016-2017:  2:0 (Shakhov, Prijovic) - Attendance: 26,379
2015-2016:  0:2 - Attendance: 25,674
2014-2015:  0:0 - Attendance: 24,411
2013-2014:  2:1 (Athanasiadis, Tzavellas) - Attendance: 23,344
2012-2013:  1:1 (Athanasiadis) - Attendance: 23,023
2011-2012:  0:2 - Attendance: 18,299
2010-2011:  2:1 (Koutsianikoulis, Vitolo-p) - Attendance: 20,023
2009-2010:  1:0 (Muslimovic) - Attendance:  24,109 (PLAYOFFS)
2009-2010:  1:2 (Vieirinha) - Attendance: 24,109
2008-2009:  0:0 - Attendance: 22,214
2007-2008:  1:1 (Gonzales) - Attendance: 22,000
2006-2007:  2:3 (Mieciel, Torghelle) - Attendance: 23,483
2005-2006:  1:2 (Shikabala) - Attendance: 7,050

Alpha Ethniki (Professional)

2004-2005:  1:1 (Salpiggidis) - Attendance:  23,950
2003-2004:  0:2  - Attendance:  no fans
2002-2003:  1:1 (Georgiadis-p) - Attendance:  22,296
2001-2002:  1:1 (Spasic) - Attendance: 22,200
2000-2001:  2:4 (Nalitzis, Frousos) - Attendance:  5,723
1999-2000:  0:2 - Attendance: 25,550
1998-1999:  1:2 (Frantzeskos) - Attendance: 25,858 (match abandoned in 83rd minute)
1997-1998:  2:1 (Franzeskos, Toursounidi) - Attendance: 26,471
1996-1997:  0:0 - Attendance:  35,850
1995-1996:  0:0 - Attendance: 6,699 (played at Trikala)
1994-1995:  2:0 (Bocziek 2, Kapetanopoulos) - Attendance: 26,404
1993-1994:  1:1 (Luhovy) - Attendance: 10,291
1992-1993:  0:0 - Attendance:  7,988
1991-1992:  1:2 (Lagonidis) - Attendance:  8,577 (end of the 21 year Olympiakos winless streak at Toumba)
1990-1991:  3:2 (Skartados 2, Alexiou) - Attendance:  17,870
1989-1990:  4:1 (Skartados 2, Lagonidis, Alexoulis-p) - Attendance:  17,169
1988-1989:  1:0 (Karasavidis) - Attendance:  32,112
1987-1988:  6:1 (Borbokis 2, Bannon, Mavromatis, Siggas, Baniotis) - Attendance: 10,827 (played in Serres)
1986-1987:  4:1 (Skartados-p, Baniotis, Alexandridis, Papaioannou) - Attendance:  40,718
1985-1986:  1:0 (Orfanos) - Attendance:  24,970
1984-1985:  1:0 (Kostikos-p) - Attendance:  41,073
1983-1984:  4:0 (Dimopoulos, Koudas, Skartados, Kostikos) - Attendance:  13,138 (played in Serres)
1982-1983:  1:1 (Guerino) - Attendance: 33,334
1981-1982:  3:0 (Dimopoulos 2, own) - Attendance:  22,744
1980-1981:  1:0 (Vasilakos) - Attendance:  21,359 (
Gyula Lorant, PAOK coach suffers heart attack and dies on the bench during this match)
1979-1980:  2:0 (Kostikos, Kermanidis) - Attendance:  36.016

Alpha Ethniki (Amateur/Semi-Professional)

1978-1979:  2:0 (Orfanos 2)  - Attendance: 25,362
1977-1978:  1:0 (Guerino) - Attendance: 30,477
1976-1977:  2:1 (Guerino, Kermanidis) - Attendance:  45,147
1975-1976:  3:1 (Kermanidis, Sarafis, Guerino) - Attendance:  33,378
1974-1975:  2:0 (Kermanidis, Terzanidis) - Attendance:  37,448
1973-1974:  1:0 (Sarafis) - Attendance: 42,976
1972-1973:  1:0 (Gounaris) - Attendance:  42,150
1971-1972:  4:3 (Sarafis 2, Apostolidis, Manzourakis) - Attendance:  21,161
1970-1971:  0:0 - Attendance:  25,462 (beginning of the 21 year Olympiakos winless streak at Toumba)
1969-1970:  1:2 (Afentoulidis-p) - Attendance:  35,740
1968-1969:  2:1 (Koudas 2) - Attendance:  26,745
1967-1968:  1:0 (Charalambidis) - Attendance:  26,446
1966-1967:  2:0 (Afentoulidis 2) - Attendance:  31,504
1965-1966:  3:2 (Koudas, Afentoulidis, Charalambidis) - Attendance:  22,736
1964-1965:  0:4 - Attendance:  17,309
1963-1964:  0:0 - Attendance:  18,884
1962-1963:  2:2 (Vasiliadios, Savvidis) - Attendance:  19,510
1961-1962:  0:1 - Attendance: 15.691
1960-1961:  0:2  - Attendance: 6,000
1959-1960:  2:0 (Leandros, Katikaridis) - Attendance:  14,050

Panhellenic Championship

1958-1959:  2:3 (Kalogiannis, Kiourtzis)- Attendance: 10,000
1957-1958:  1:0 (Leandros) - Attendance: ?
1956-1957:  2:1 (Kouiroukidis 2)- Attendance: 15,000
1955-1956:  1:2 (Gentzis)- Attendance: ?
1954-1955:  2:3 (Papadakis, Gentzis)- Attendance: ?
1953-1954:  1:2 (Gentzis)- Attendance: ?
1947-1948:  0:3 - Attendance: ?
1936-1937:  1:5 (Bostanzoglou) - Attendance: ?
1935-1936:  2:2 (?)- Attendance: ?
1931-1932:  0:2 - Attendance: ?
1930-1931:  3:0 (Papagiordanidis, Pazaroglou, Biblis)- Attendance: ?

GAMES:  72    WINS:  34    TIES:   16    LOSSES:  22

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And Olympiakos will be playing two more times with PAOK in the championship playoffs. 

Edited by Molon Lave

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Scotland Clan PAOK will be in Thessaloniki from Friday morning onwards. :military-107937::military-107937::military-107937:

On Saturday we will be in a rugby pub (Yes you actually read that correctly!!) called Rehab, on Valaoritou 19, for the Scotland game. KO 16:15. If anyone is about and keen to meet up for some beers then or at any other part of the weekend then great :beer-129300:

 

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Refs and VAR from Germany this time: Tobias Stieler is the ref.

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What if we lose this one but beat them in the next two

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Εικόνα

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13 minutes ago, pash said:

What if we lose this one but beat them in the next two

The points from the regular season will be carried over to the championship playoffs from what I heard. 

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20 minutes ago, pash said:

What if we lose this one but beat them in the next two

If we lose this one we will be 5 points behind them going into the playoffs. Not sure we can overcome that deficit. Let's not forget they will play some friendlies during the playoffs and we are not. Of course if we beat them twice they still have the point deduction/relegation card that they will play.

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Γαμήστε τον πουστόγαυρο και ας μας κλέψουν το πρωτάθλημα εκτός γηπέδων! Γι' αυτό γίναμε ΠΑΟΚ εξάλλου!

Το πιο παντελονάτο πρωτάθλημα ήταν το 2018 και αυτό το 2020 θα είναι εξίσου πουτσάτο! Άσχετα αν το πάρουν στα χαρτιά ξανά, για εμάς θα είναι η μεγαλύτερη νίκη!

Διαλύστε τον ερυθρόλευκο θίασο!

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17 hours ago, pash said:

What if we lose this one but beat them in the next two

You just blew my mind.

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So...question is, who plays here? For me most positions are obvious, but there are some question marks in midfield and (more importantly) up front:

 

                      --Zivkovic--

--Matos--Varela--Ingason--Giannoulis--

          --Misic--              --Mauricio--

--Limnios--                              --Vierinha--

                --Pelkas--Akpom--

 

This would be my preference but I fear that El Kaddouri or Biseswar will start as the #10 over Pelkas. I also think it's likely Swiderski is our striker here, but I think Akpom is just more suited to this type of game.

Thankfully Mauricio got a little bit better recently, so hopefully he'll be good to go. Vieirinha should also be well-rested and is a no brainer to start.

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I am sure that Vieirinha will start. It remains to be seen if he will play him instead of Matos as RB. I would not. I am also certain that Swiderski will start over Akpom. Also I would start Paschalakis over Zivkovic, but I don't think that will happen. My lineup then would be as follows:

------------------ Paschalakis ----------------------
Matos -- Ingason -- Varela -- Giannoulis
------------ Misic ------------- Mauricio -----------
Limnios----------------------------------- Vieirinha
-------------- Pelkas -------- Swiderski -----------
             

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15 hours ago, Blackhawk said:

I am sure that Vieirinha will start. It remains to be seen if he will play him instead of Matos as RB. I would not. I am also certain that Swiderski will start over Akpom. Also I would start Paschalakis over Zivkovic, but I don't think that will happen. My lineup then would be as follows:

------------------ Paschalakis ----------------------
Matos -- Ingason -- Varela -- Giannoulis
------------ Misic ------------- Mauricio -----------
Limnios----------------------------------- Vieirinha
-------------- Pelkas -------- Swiderski -----------
             

Hard to argue with that and I too hope Paschalakis starts. Akpoms physicality and hold up play might be better option but he is so wasteful in front of goal and constantly offside which is frustrating. pelkas will be really important with his energy so I really hope he starts and just plays his game with freedom and does not try to force things.


i was reading up about the German ref for tomorrow and he absolutely loves handing out cards so I think a red is an absolute certainty. We must keep our discipline and not be drawn into any stupid reactions. maybe Vieirinha at RB would not be such a bad option? 

 I cant wait to see the reaction The General gets when he’s presented to the crowd. it will be some occasion for the older supporters that grew up with him and the younger ones that idolise him and only know of his legendary tales.

Apparently one of Tottenham’s supporters clubs are in Thessaloniki this weekend (not sure why) so they are are taking over Rehab to watch the football so no rugby will be shown  and instead Chelsea v Spurs 😩.  There is an Irish bar in ladadika showing the Scotland game so will maybe head there or just watch it in the house not sure yet. 

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My preferred lineup would be:

--------------------------Paschalakis------------------------

--Matos------Ingason------Varella-----Gianoulis--

---------------Misic--------------Mauricio-------------------

Limnios----------------Pelkas-------------Vieirinha

--------------------------Akpom-------------------------------

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On 2/19/2020 at 1:18 PM, pash said:

What if we lose this one but beat them in the next two

That would make it better, BUT I would prefer going into the playoffs the standalone points leader so we dont' hear about how Savvidis manufactured the playoff system again because he knew we couldn't beat them in the regular season...or some of te other nonsense that comes from the south side.

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These 18+1 must do it tomorrow:

Πασχαλάκης, Ζίβκοβιτς, Ροντρίγκο, Μάτος, Βαρέλα, Ίνγκασον, Γιαννούλης, Βιεϊρίνια, Εσίτι, Ντούγκλας Αουγκούστο, Μαουρίσιο, Μίσιτς, Ελ Καντουρί, Μπίσεσβαρ, Πέλκας, Λάμπρου, Λημνιός, Άκπομ, Σφιντέρσκι.

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Just go all in on black.

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Suprise: Paschalakis will start: 

Πασχαλάκης, Γιαννούλη, Βαρέλα, Ίνγκασον, Βιεϊρίνια, Mίσιτς, Μαουρίσιο, Μπίσεσβαρ, Λημνιός, Σφιντέρσκι, Πέλκας.

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GREAT move! I was wondering if those teasers were telling more than they appeared haha

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Not sure it was a good idea to piss off Matos.

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Yeah he should be starting this game.

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WTF is with those flares.

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