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On November 21, Schalke 04 welcomes Olympiakos at the Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen. Hosts will aim to guarantee a place in knock-out stage of the Champions League. Huub Stevens’ team currently leads their group and will fight for three points against third-position team.
Schalke goes the second in the Bundessliga with twenty three points. They have won four and drawn two of their last six home games. Olympiakos tops the Super League with thirty one points after eleven games. They have four wins, one draw, and one loss in their last six away games.
Schalke currently tops group B with eight points after four rounds. Olympiakos is the third with six points. If the Greek club will lose and Arsenal will get a win, then they will lose all chances to qualify to the next round.
Schalke and Olympiakos ended with the score 2-1 in their firs fixture.
Papadopoulos is back for Schalke, so they will have balanced defensive line. Holtby, Affelay, Draxler, Neustädter and Farfan will support Huntelaar up front. Olympiakos is a strong team that can score at the highest level.
Schalke can welcomes back Atsuto Uchida at the right. The Japanese star can replace Kyriakos Papadopoulos or Joel Matip. Benedikt Howedes can play as a full-back. Also Julian Draxler has recovered from his injury.
Olympiakos can make a couple of changes from the last Saturday game. Tassos Papazogolou could be replaced by Kostan Manolas. Giannis Maniatis could return in midfield in the place of Ariel Ibagaza. Head coach Leonardo Jardim will play with Rafik Djebbour or Kostas Mitroglou.
Schalke 04 line-up: Unnerstall, Uchida, Howedes, K Papadopoulos, Fuchs, Neustadter, Jones, Farfan, Holtby, Draxler, Huntelaar.
Last three matches:
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2 – Schalke 04 0;
Schalke 04 2 – Werder Bremen 1;
Schalke 04 2 – Arsenal 2.
Olympiakos line-up: Carroll, Torosidis, Manolas, Siovas, Holebas, Maniatis, Fejsa, Greco,Fuster, Mitroglou, Abdoun.
Last three matches:
Olympiakos Piraeus 2 – Kerkyra 0;
AEK Athens 0 – Olympiakos Piraeus 4;
Olympiakos Piraeus 3 – Montpellier HSC 1.