Porto

form

All
POR 1 - 1 SLB
D
NAC 2 - 4 POR
W
FAM 1 - 4 POR
W
POR 3 - 0 MOR
W
VIG 2 - 3 POR
W
POR 2 - 0 SLB
W
POR 2 - 0 NAC
W
POR 2 - 1 PAÇ
W
OLY 0 - 2 POR
W
SCL 0 - 1 POR
W
Olympiakos Piraeus

form

All
PKT 1 - 1 OLY
D
PTL 1 - 2 OLY
W
AST 0 - 4 OLY
W
OLY 3 - 0 AEK
W
OLY 5 - 1 AEL
W
AEK 1 - 1 OLY
D
LAM 0 - 6 OLY
W
OLY 0 - 2 POR
L
OLY 4 - 1 VOL
W
OLY 0 - 1 MCI
L
Head to Head
2 Matches (0 Draws)
2 Total wins 0
1 Home wins 0
1 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
2 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
OLY 0 - 2 POR
POR 2 - 0 OLY
4 Goals Scored 0
Games Over 2.5 Goals 0 / 2
Both Teams Scored 0 / 2
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. FC Porto and Olympiakos have previously faced each other on six occasions in all European competition, with the Portuguese side winning two games, both of which came at home (D1 L3).
  2. All three of Olympiakos’ victories against FC Porto have arrived on home soil, while in away meetings they’ve lost twice and drawn once.
  3. FC Porto have won four of their six European Cup/UEFA Champions League home matches against Greek sides (W4 D1 L1), losing 0-1 versus Panathinaikos in October 1995.
  4. Olympiakos have lost their last two matches against Portuguese teams in all competitions, they’ve never lost three consecutive such games.
  5. FC Porto have won each of their last five UEFA Champions League group stage games on home soil by an aggregate score of 16-5. They last won six such games in a row back in December 1999 under Fernando Santos.
  6. Olympiakos have lost 12 of their last 14 away games in the UEFA Champions League (W2), losing the last seven in a row and shipping at least two goals in each of those seven defeats (21 in total).
  7. FC Porto (63) and Olympiakos (61) are the two teams with the most defeats in UEFA Champions League history. However, in the European Cup/Champions League combined, FC Porto are one win away from becoming the ninth team to reach 100 victories in the competition (currently 99 in 226 games).
  8. Following defeats in their last three games in the competition, FC Porto face the prospect of losing four in a row in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League for the first time since September 1978, when they lost their first five games in the European Cup.
  9. Mathieu Valbuena has been directly involved in three goals in two starts for Olympiakos in the UEFA Champions League (one goal and two assists), including the assist for their 90th-minute winner against Marseille on MD1.
  10. Since scoring in six consecutive UEFA Champions League appearances for FC Porto between October 2018 and March 2019, Moussa Marega has failed to score in each of his last three games in the competition – despite attempting 12 shots (inc. blocks) across these three outings.
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