Henning Berg's admission that his team did not have a good presence with Olympiakos and did not play so well to win the game, leads us to the conclusion that there will be changes in the starting lineup in view of Friday's match (5/2, 16: 00) with Doxa in Makareio. Perhaps for the first time this year, in a championship match, Omonia conceded so many phases for goals and that was something that caused problems.
The match planning (4-4-2) but also the moderate to poor presence of some players, contributed so that in addition to the goal he conceded, he was in danger many times. Adam Lang will most likely return to the center of defense with an… unknown partner as both Luftner and Hubochan did not have a good presence in the previous game.
From there on, we estimate that the team will return to 4-2-3-1 and next to Jordi Gometh will be Giannis Kousoulos. The raised Papoulis will play in front of them, while at the left end of the attack, Thiago and Tzionis will fight for the position, with the former having more chances.
However, there is also a question mark in the far right. Bojak did not play at all with Olympiakos and we may see him as a key player instead of Loizos. Finally at the top of the attack, Assade will probably take command of this position instead of Cepovic.
Fighting with the refugee team is not easy at all as the opponent is a predictable team with very capable players. So Omonia must be careful and very effective in order to take advantage of any losses that arise from the teams that are above it. We are entering the final phase of the first phase and any losses cost, and Omonia has already lost many points to opponents who are considered small and medium.