The previous exit to “Famagusta” did not have a positive outcome for Omonia, after being defeated by Nea Salamina. This time, however, it is necessary to return to its base with the three points and keep in touch with the top, or to climb on it in case of a possible loss of Apollo points.
It is up to her to do it against Hermes (18:00), without this meaning that she should not be presented with seriousness and competitive discipline. After all, the opponent may be in the lower echelons, however he has a competitive roster that is capable of doing the damage.
The greens want to avoid this, while in their minds is the twist in the first round (0-0), and so they go more suspicious. The key for Omonia will be a quick goal that will enable it to manage as it knows, and proved it, the rest of the match.
He also has to be solid in defense again, something he did in most games, and with 13 passive goals he has the best defensive line in the league. Offensively, he now seems to have found the way as he scores more often from December onwards, during which time he counts an unbeaten streak of 14 games, with ten wins and four draws.
Without basic gears
The two absences of Sehu and Gometh, due to punishment, will inevitably lead to changes in the lineup. However, it is not ruled out that we will see a change of design by Henning Berg, ie 4-4-2 to become 4-2-3-1. Most likely, however, it will remain the same.
The first place at the right end of the defense will be taken by Hubochan who returns from punishment and Vitor Gomes will be selected in the center. From there, the duo in the center of defense will again be Lang and Luftner, and Letsiaks at the left end of the defense.
Thiago and Loizou will move to the ends of the attack, without of course it is possible to see Gionis and Boeak, since Berg is unpredictable, and Assade and Cepovic will move to the top, as they seem to find them.
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