Gamma Ethniki: Matchday 28 Recap

GAMMA ETHNIKI MATCHDAY 28 RECAP
 

Ergotelis took over first place in Group D while Apollon Larissa’s fell away to Diagoras Sevastis in Group B. Apollon Kalamarias will have to wait another week to clinch promotion after their match with AO Kardias was suspended. For more on the Gamma Ethniki visit here.

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Group A: Apollon Kalamaria’s match against AO Kardias did not take place and the Thessaloniki club will have to wait another week to secure their ticket in next year’s Football League. Apollon will likely receive all three points from the match, AO Kardias did not show up to play, but will have to wait the official decision from the Federation before being awarded the three points. Doxa Dramas trail their opponents by four points after they were awarded all three points over AE Pontian (have been removed from the league).

Group B: Group leaders Apollon Larissa’s fell away to Diagoras Sevastis with a 2-1 scoreline. The result allowed Karaiskakis to pull within four points of the leaders, after their 2-0 win over Niki Volou. The two teams will fight for first place in the group and promotion to next year’s Football League in the final two games of the season. 

Group C: With Panachaiki having already mathematically clinched promotion, the only interest that remains in Group C is the relegation fight. Doxa Megalopolis earned an important point on the road away to Ermionidas while Zevgalotiou lost 1-0 away to Panargeiakos. The results leave the two teams tied at the bottom of the table with Zevgalotiou holding the tiebreaker advantage over the team from Megalopolis.

Group D: Ergotelis jumped into first place of Group D with their 1-3 road win over Kifisias. The Cretan club took advantage of Ionikos’ bye week to move into first place, one point ahead of second placed Ionikos. An exciting finish is expected in Group D for the sole ticket to next year’s Football League.

 
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