Olympiakos Piraeus

form

All
OLY 3 - 1 PAO
W
PAS 1 - 1 OLY
D
AEK 1 - 5 OLY
W
OLY 1 - 0 ARI
W
ARS 0 - 1 OLY
W
AEL 1 - 3 OLY
W
OLY 1 - 3 ARS
L
OLY 3 - 0 LAM
W
ARI 1 - 1 OLY
D
OLY 1 - 1 ARI
D
Manchester City

form

All
MCI 1 - 2 LEE
L
MCI 2 - 1 BVB
W
LEI 0 - 2 MCI
W
EVE 0 - 2 MCI
W
MCI 2 - 0 BMG
W
FUL 0 - 3 MCI
W
MCI 5 - 2 SOU
W
MCI 0 - 2 MUN
L
BMG 0 - 2 MCI
W
ARS 0 - 1 MCI
W
Head to Head
3 Matches (0 Draws)
1 Total wins 2
1 Home wins 1
0 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
2 Wins
OLY 0 - 1 MCI
MCI 3 - 0 OLY
OLY * 2 - 2 MCI
2 Goals Scored 6
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 3
Both Teams Scored 1 / 3
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Olympiakos have only won one of their last eight games against English teams in European competition (D3 L4), with that lone victory coming against Arsenal back in February (2-1 in the UEFA Europa League).
  2. This will be Manchester City’s first away game against a Greek opponent since February 2011, when they drew 0-0 with Aris in the UEFA Europa League under Roberto Mancini.
  3. Excluding qualifiers, Olympiakos haven’t won any of their last four home games against English opponents in European competition (D2 L2) – they will be looking for their first such victory since February 2014, when they beat Manchester United 2-0 in the UEFA Champions League.
  4. Manchester City will be looking to win their opening four group stage games in a UEFA Champions League campaign for the second time under Pep Guardiola, having previously done so back in 2017-18.
  5. Olympiakos have won both of their previous two home games in the UEFA Champions League, one more than they had in their eight home games in the competition beforehand (D2 L5).
  6. Manchester City have won their last two UEFA Champions League games without conceding a goal – excluding qualifiers, only once previously have they won three in a row without conceding in major European competition (in 1969-70 in the Cup Winners’ Cup).
  7. Manchester City have the highest passes per sequence average (6.2) of any team in the UEFA Champions League this season. Indeed, the goal with the most passes in the build-up this term was scored by Pep Guardiola’s side against Marseille last month (26 passes for Raheem Sterling’s goal).
  8. Mathieu Valbuena has created eight chances for Olympiakos in the UEFA Champions League this season, twice as many as any of his teammates. Indeed, he assisted their only goal in the competition so far this term (on MD1 v Marseille).
  9. Ferran Torres has scored in each of his first three UEFA Champions League appearances for Manchester City, and could become only the third player to score in four consecutive games for the club in the competition, after Sergio Agüero (in March 2019) and Raheem Sterling (in November 2017).
  10. Kevin De Bruyne has made four assists in two UEFA Champions League appearances this season – this is already his highest tally in a single season in the competition, with three group stage games still to be played.
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