Olympiacos edge victory
Olympiacos will head for London and a UEFA Champions League date with Arsenal on the back of an exciting 3-2 win over Ergotelis in the Superleague. The Piraeus side have a big European night ahead of them on Wednesday against Arsene Wenger's men but were determined not to let up in their domestic league before making the trip.
As visitors, they built up a 2-0 lead at half-time before withstanding a comeback from Ergotelis after the break. Kevin Mirallas gave Olympiacos a fourth-minute advantage and David Fuster doubled the lead with a penalty three minutes prior to the interval.
Diego Romano pulled a goal back after 55 minutes for Ergotelis before Marcano restored the two-goal gap in the 76th minute. Romano netted again, in the 85th minute, but the home side could not find another as Olympiacos notched up their second win in two Superleague outings this season.
Panionios, in their fourth league game of the campaign, brought up their second win as they overpowered their hosts Kerkyra. Njazi Kuqi scored in the 34th and 78th minutes, before Fanouris Goundoulakis put a seal on the win with seven minutes remaining.