Olympiakos opened the stage with a 1-0 victory of Marseille but lost 2 consecutive matches and ranked 3rd in Table C. They lost to Man City 0-3 at Manchester earlier this month and very few signs that they have Ability to win points even when kicking at home.
Man City just need to add 1 victory to win tickets to continue
Man City regardless of being in half under the Premier League rankings but won the Champions League with 9 points after 3 matches, and they only lacked 3 more points to make sure to have tickets for the knock-out. The loss of 0-2 before Tottenham last weekend made the city players unhappy and they would want to finish soon in the table to focus on the next round in the country.
The Gospel for City is both Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero evenly from injury and can start in this match after being on the bench last weekend. Illkay Gundogan may also be kicked, he played well since the beginning of the season and is expected to replace Bernardo Silva. Oleksandr Zinchenko, Benjamin Mendy, Fernandinho and Nathan Ake are trying to recover but their competition is unknown.
On the Olympiakos side, they had a great loss when the former French player Mathieu Valbuena met injury, while the Portuguese-winged star Bruma and the two left-back Ruben Vinagre and Jose Holebas did not know the ability to play. Youssef El-Arabi, Ahmed Hassan Mahgoub and Vasilis Sourlis are covid-19, so they will not play.
Olympiakos does not have key personnel in public goods and it affects their shocking opportunities tonight. Man City excavated this battle to close the ticket to continue, though it was not sure to be as bold.
Olympiakos: SA, Holebas, Cisse, Semedo, Rafinha, Bouchalakis, M'Vila, Masouras, Fortounis, Randjelovic, Soudani.
Man City: Ederson, Cancelo, Laporte, Dias, Walker, Gundogan, Rodri, De Bruyne, Sterling, Mahrez, Aguero.
Predict: Man City won 2-0.