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EL-GS-R2: Granada CF - PAOK (29-Oct-20, 22:00 EET)


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MATCHUP:              Granada CF – PAOK Thessaloniki
COMPETITION:     Europa League – Group Stage - Leg 2
DATE:                    29-October-2020
TIME:                     22:00 EET (20:00 GMT, 15:00 CDT, 07:00 AEDT next day)
CITY/STADIUM:   Granada – Nuevo Los Carmenes Stadium (19,336)
REFEREES:               Tiago Martins - Pedro Almeida, Hugo Andre Pires Ribeiro (Portugal)
TELEVISION:         COSMOTE Sport (Greece), Cytavision Sports 3 (Cyprus), DAZN (Canada), Optus Sport (Australia), CBS All Access, TUDN.com, TUDNXtra (USA)

PAOK’s History against teams from Spain in European Competitions

2010-2011:  PAOK – Villareal CF          1:0 – (69. Vieirinha) - Att: 22,779 - Europa League (Group Stage - Round 4)
2010-2011:  Villareal CF – PAOK          1:0 – Att: 14,760 – Europa League (Group Stage - Round 3)

1997-1998:  Atletico Madrid – PAOK   5:2 – (20. Frantzeskos, 65. Maragos) - Att: 28,000 – UEFA Cup (Round 2, Leg 2)
1997-1998:  PAOK – Atletico Madrid   4:4 – (15. Frantzeskos, 55. Olivares, 75. Zagorakis, 82. Zouboulis) – Att: 25,378 – UEFA Cup (Round 2, Leg 1)

 

1990-1991:  PAOK – Sevilla FC            0:0 (3:4 pen) – Att: 35,000 – UEFA Cup (Round 2, Leg 2)
1990-1991:  Sevilla FC – PAOK            0:0 – Att: 40,000 – UEFA Cup (Round 2, Leg 2)

 

1982-1983:  Sevilla FC – PAOK           4:0 – (Athanasiadis, Fotakis) - Att: 14,350 – UEFA Cup (Round 2, Leg 2)
1982-1983:  PAOK – Sevilla FC           2:0 – (49. Dimopoulos C., 61. Kostikos) – Att: 17,725 – UEFA Cup (Round 2, Leg 1)


1975-1976:  FC Barcelona – PAOK     6:1 – (77. Anastasiadis) - Att: 30,000 – UEFA Cup (Round 1, Leg 2)
1975-1976:  PAOK – FC Barcelona     1:0 – (73. Koudas) - Att: 45,020 – UEFA Cup (Round 1, Leg 1)

GAMES:  10    WINS:  3    TIES:  3    LOSSES:  4

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Usually in games like this we tend to perform better and are able to get results. It probably is because we are not expected to be the dominant team and rely more on counter attacks. There I see Zivkovic and Tzolis able to do damage. As long as we can play good defensively I think we have chance. We really have nothing to lose. Everyone expects us to lose, so even a tie will be good result.  The most important game for us will be the one after this one at home against PSV. If we don't win that one we are out.

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The squad that will travel to Granada and after the game to Agrinio for the game against Panaitolikos:

Πασχαλάκης, Ζίβκοβιτς, Ταλιχμανίδης, Ροντρίγκο, Ουαγκέ, Λύρατζης, Ίνγκασον, Μιχάι, Κρέσπο, Βαρέλα, Μιχαηλίδης, Γιαννούλης, Εσίτι, Αουγκούστο, Σβαμπ, Νινούα, Ελ Καντουρί, Μπίσεσβαρ, Μουργκ, Α.Ζίβκοβιτς, Σφιντέρσκι, Τζόλης, Τσόλακ, Κούτσιας.

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--------------------Colak--------------------

-------Zivcovic-----------------Murg-------

--Giannoulis----Douglas---Schwab---Rodrigo--

----------Crespo-----Varela----Ingason--------

 

That's as good a lineup as we can hope for, honestly.

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HT 0-0

 

Augusto is playing well , along with Giannoulis. Schwab hit the post. We have had 3 good opportunities, Grenada hasn’t had one. 
 

Ref is letting a lot of contact go. Grenada could have had a red card for a challenge on Zivkovic, no VAR though. 

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