Levadiakos vs PAOK by Sors
In the matter of fact, Levadiakos is not a team with sufficient potential for a place among the first five teams in this league, as the hosts won fifteen of their eighteen points against opponents from the lower half of the standings, but like most of the teams in the Greek league, Levadiakos is a hard nut to crack at home, where this team lost only twice in six games (2-2-2 6/8), as those two defeats came against good teams like Olympiakos (0-2) and Panionios (0-2).
Carlos Milhazes (d / 8+0), Romeu (m / 8+0), Lucas Favalli (m / 9+0), Dimitris Machairas (m / 9+0) and Ximo Navarro (f / 11+0) are out for this match against PAOK, but Milhazes and Romeu are unavailable since the beginning of November, while Ximo Navarro started on the bench in the last four games.
PAOK comes from an impressive 1-0 win in the visit to Borussia Dortmund last Thursday – fourth consecutive victory for this team after those against Kalloni (3-1/away) and Panionios (2-1/home) in the league and Chania in the Greek Cup (6-2/away).
The guests had some problems in November, but now all these problems seem overcome and PAOK has a chance to return in top 3 with three points from this match.
Miguel Vitor (d / 10+2) got injured in the last round and will miss the visit in Livadeia for the guests, as well as Ricardo Costa (d / 9+0), Stelios Kitsiou (d / 4+0) and Jairo (f / 8+0), but Costa and Kitsiou are out since November, while Jairo is not regular starter.
On the other hand, Dimitar Berbatov (f / 12+3) has return to the squad and in general, Igor Tudor has a lot more options in every zone compared to his colleague.
I think that the guests will manage to win three points today, though I doubt that PAOK will win this match with big difference.
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