Olympiakos are placed third in Group F with seven points from two wins, a draw, and two losses. In the previous round, they ended their two-game winning streak when they lost to Betis by the minimal result. Both squads played with a lot of physicalities and as a result, the referee had to show ten yellow cards. Betis had a chance to take the lead in the eighteenth minute when Leon missed his shot from the penalty spot. In the closing minute of the first half, Canales of Betis scored, to make it the final 1-0 and secure the precious three points for his club.
AC Milan holds the second spot at the table with ten points and a positive goal difference of +5. So far on their European group campaign, they have gotten three wins, a draw, and a single loss. In the previous round, they faced Dudelange and managed to win by the score of 5-2. Stolz and Turpel scored for Dudelange and on the other side Cutrone, Calhanoglu, and Borini scored a goal each, followed by two own-goals from Stelvio and Schnell. This outing was as weird as it gets, but at least there was no lack of excitement.
Olympiakos: Sa (GK); Tsimikas, Vukovic, Cisse, Torosidis; Camara, Bouchalakis; Leiva, Fortounis, Podence; Guerrero.
Milan: Reina (GK); Calabria, Zapata, Rodriguez, Laxalt; Bakayoko, Bertolacci, Calhanoglu; Castillejo, Higuain, Borini.
My PlayerzPot XI:
Olympiakos have only lost one home game all season, while Milan has only won three of nine away games. Olympiakos can fancy a winning this time as well.