An evening full of derbies with the home teams as favorites (AEK, Pafos, and Liverpool) - PAO seeks a comeback in Peristeri (Super odds at "BookieCo").

Tonight, the 22nd round of the Cypriot Championship continues with three matches, featuring the prominent derbies between AEK-Omonia and Pafos-Apollon. In the third game of the night, Aris is the super favorite against Othellos.

Tonight, we will also find out the other three teams advancing to the semifinals of the Greek Cup. Action is also taking place in the Premier League, La Liga, and beyond...

Below, you will find the detailed schedule:

AEK vs. Omonia (19:00)

AEK continues its wild and impressive offensive, showing the ability not only to compete for a place in the top six but also to contend for the championship. They are in much better form, both on the field and psychologically, compared to Omonia, who is coming off a home defeat to Pafos, causing concern in the "greens" camp. Much will be judged for both teams in tonight's derby.

Pafos vs. Apollon (19:00)

Pafos displayed tremendous character and won away against Omonia with a 1-2 score. To pursue the title, they need a second consecutive victory tonight against the problematic Apollon. Their task is not easy because the visitors are also fighting to catch the top six. A potential away win would ignite the championship race, especially for the first six, otherwise, things will become tougher for Apollon.

Aris vs. Othellos (19:00)

In another game, Aris is the super favorite once again. They have not allowed any doubts that they can drop points in theoretically easy matches.

Liverpool vs. Chelsea (22:15)

This season's Liverpool is nothing like this season's Chelsea, which is still searching and essentially out of contention in the league. The home team is naturally the favorite, but games between the two teams always offer excitement, regardless of their current form.

Panaitolikos vs. OFI (17:00)

Panaitolikos surprised in the first match and won away in Crete with a 2-1 score. This result significantly increased their chances of advancing. OFI will try to overturn the situation and secure the ticket to the semifinals.

Atromitos vs. Panathinaikos (19:00)

PAO's task for qualification became more difficult after the home defeat to Atromitos at Leoforos. The positive for the "greens" is that away goals no longer count. With a win tonight by a two-goal difference, they will secure qualification. With one goal (e.g., 0-1), the match goes into extra time. Atromitos will try to cause an upset and has shown that it's capable of doing so. A draw in tonight's match also suits them, and that is equally important.