The racing data and the possible changes ahead of the Limassol
They are looking for their first victory in a derby match at Apollon, who hope that with the massive support of their fans, they will be able to emerge victorious in Lemesian… with AEL. Vladan Milojevic and his players put the draw with APOEL behind them and tried all these days to improve some striking weaknesses with the ultimate goal of course the three points next Sunday (24/09, 19:00).
< p>In addition to the permanently injured Artymatas, Hamas and Donio (the last two are out of list A), the Serbs cannot also count on Malekkidis and Psychas. As for Varga, he is still not one hundred percent ready and it is up to his coach when to use him. Beyond that, the estimates want the experienced technician to proceed with some changes to his initial form, in relation to the match of the previous matchday.
So making an effort to enter his mind, we consider it difficult to change something in the back four, but not something that should be ruled out. Mr. Milojevic puts a huge emphasis on the defensive function of his team and in order to get the result he wants from his defenders, he knows very well that the back four must have a good cohesion. Nevertheless, the first half hour in the GSP brought a lot of reflection and therefore all scenarios must be considered possible. Even so, Daricua, Peppers, Ekpolo and Jurcevic have been key in their team's last three matches and therefore have the first reason to stay in the first eleven.
As for the axis, Hambos is not only the natural leader of his team, but he is also on a good moon… which means that he is on the bench is something that will cause a huge surprise. With the exception of the Cypriot international, Tekier, Chagall and Marques put a lot of “pressure” on those who fight from the middle and up front, claiming with good chances a place in the starting line-up!
Chagall sent the message that he can make a difference and claims a place on one of the two wings of the attack. Costaque and Valbuena are the main candidates for the other, with Abduarhimi following. We also remind you that the French attacking midfielder can also compete as a staff midfielder, a position that, in addition to him, is also claimed by Peretz (who was a key player in the last two) and Tekie.
It is also noted that the Swede can play and as box to box and since we are talking about a brand new team, seeing him take Cole's place should not be ruled out. At the top of the attack, Marquez impressed while he was able to play and is already a candidate for the starting line-up, leaving Krmenczyk on the bench.
In conclusion, we expect most of the changes to be in midfield. line, with Vladan Milojevic, however, keeping in mind that at the same time he must find the “golden ratio”, as in addition to quality, there needs to be good chemistry between the players who will make up the eleven. The answers… on Sunday afternoon.