GREEK SOCCER CUP: A controversial display of refereeing from Giorgos Kizas saw PAOK overturn their Greek Cup semi-final tie with Panathinaikos to win comfortably 4-0 in their second leg clash at the Toumba and progress to the final 4-2 on aggregate. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SOCCER CUP: AEK Athens clinched a place in the Greek Cup final on Wednesday despite losing 1-0 to Olympiacos in the second leg of their semi-final clash at the Olympic Stadium, going through on away goals after the tie ended with a 2-2 aggregate scoreline. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Olympiacos avoided a point deduction for the incidents during their cup semifinal against AEK, after the court announced their decision on Tuesday. The Erythrolefki were hit with a heavy fine and a 4-game closed stadium ban.
GAMMA ETHNIKI: Panachaiki became the first team to mathematically earn promotion to the Football League while Apollon Kalamarias and Apollon Larissas hold comfortable leads atop Groups A and B. Ionikos and Ergotelis remain neck-and-neck in the final group of the Greek third division.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Olympiacos are at risk for a new point deduction after the Piraeus Prosecutor's Office ordered a preliminary investigation into the “beating” of Platanias’ players during their Super League Matchday 26 encounter on April 1st.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Apollon Smyrnis and Lamia continue to lead the way to promotion after both teams were victorious over the weekend while Aris, who defeated Agrotikos Asteras, remain 6 points off the pace for promotion.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos’ strong finish to the season continued on Sunday as the Greens overcame Atromitos 1-0 at the Apostolos Nikolaidis’ stadium to take advantage of Panionios defeat at Kerkyra to move into third place. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens claimed a late 2-0 away victory at Levadiakos to safeguard their place in the SuperLeague playoffs and condemn Levadiakos to relegation from the top flight in the process on a tense evening in Livadeia.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK did their best to stay in the title race by defeating Platanias 3-1 in impressive fashion in Crete, but the win could not prevent Olympiacos from marching on to their 44th SuperLeague crown with Takis Lemonis’ men winning 5-0 at home to PAS Giannina - a result which gives the Piraeus club an unassailable six-point lead with just one match to go. However, Tuesday’s court decision could see Olympiacos hit with a six-point deduction which would put PAOK atop the table.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Olympiacos clinched their seventh consecutive league title and 44th in total after recording a comfortable 5-0 home win over struggling PAS Giannina in their penultimate match of the SuperLeague season.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: AGONAsport brings you the standings, remaining schedules, and short analysis of the top 5 clubs in the Football League aiming to play in the Greek SuperLeague for the 2017/18 season.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The Hellenic Football Federation’s (EPO) Disciplinary Committee has officially called Olympiacos to a hearing regarding the widespread episodes that took place after the match against AEK in the Greek Cup semi-finals. If found guilty for the accusations, Olympiacos could face a SIX point deduction to be served in this year’s Superleague standings.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Olympiacos are in the process of planning for the new season and according to Live Sport the club will hand the keys over to a foreign coach and make at least 6 starting XI transfers during the off-season.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: A very interesting article on statistics was published by AEK’s newspaper “Ora ton Sport”, which looked into penalties and red cards for Olympiacos during their golden years from 1996-2016.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Apollon Smyrnis and Lamia were victorious on Thursday to keep their leads over Aris and OFI (also recorded wins) in the fight for Superleague promotion. Kalloni fell to Kissamikos and are in serious trouble as they sit in the relegation zone.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SOCCER CUP: AEK Athens are in the driving seat of their Greek Cup semi-final tie with Olympiacos after claiming a hard-earned 1-2 win over the SuperLeague leaders and city rivals in a highly entertaining first leg clash on Thursday. The win comes on the club’s 93rd birthday.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SOCCER CUP: Panathinaikos took a giant stride to reaching the Greek Cup final after making light work of PAOK in the first leg of their semi-final tie on Wednesday, beating their rivals from Thessaloniki 2-0.**HIGHLIGHTS**