With two very interesting matches, the 9th Matchday of the Pancyprian Championship is completed...

With two very interesting matches, the 9th Matchday of the Pancyprian Championship is completed. Of course, all eyes are on the big GSP derby that Omonia will host Anorthosis. In the other match of the evening, Doxa will welcome Aris. We have competitive action tonight in other leagues.

Omonia-Anorthosis (19:00)

Very important match for both teams that "burn" for the victory. The hosts are looking for the joy of victory since October 1st when they beat Doxa 2-0 away. Omonia seems overwhelmed with serious racing problems. The numbers bear witness to this. He comes from six consecutive defeats without even scoring a goal in the last five meetings in Cyprus and Europe. The "greens" come with a new coach (Yanik Ferrera) against the "Lady" who will essentially make his official debut in our league (he did so in Europe midweek with a defeat against Real Sociedad). Another additional incentive for the "greens" that should not go unnoticed. The visitors began to find their footing somewhat after the victories with Doxa (championship) and PAEEK (Cup) but tonight's game is completely different and they know it quite well in Anorthosis.

Another statistic for goal lovers, Fotis Papoulis scored the most goals against Anorthosis. Specifically, since 2012 he scored a total of 11 goals against the "Lady". It should be noted that out of the 11 games that Papoulis scored against Anorthosis, his teams (Apollon and Omonia) managed to celebrate the victory in the nine games. Are you saying that the Greeks should continue the tradition?

Doxa-Aris (19:00)

Each team wants victory for its own reasons. Glory are coming off a four-game losing streak in the league and are in the danger zone. It is imperative tonight to look for a point or points against Mars who is made for big things this year. The visitors are counting two wins in a row and want to escape tonight with the double to continue their winning streak and again reduce the difference from the champions Paphos to two points. Their task will not be easy but they are the favorites