The Greek side are back in the Champions League after winning the Greek Super League last season. Olympiakos have never gone beyond the quarter-finals in the Champions League but have made the last sixteen on five separate occasions, with just the one last eight appearance. Manager Michel will have raised expectations by winning the Super League last year and will view progress from the group stages as a minimum requirement.
|Last Season:||Group Stage|
|Qualified:||1st Greek League|
Olympiakos were knocked out of the Champions League at the last sixteen stage by Man Utd 3-2 on aggregate despite being 2-0 up from the first leg.
Odds will appear here when available...
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|17th Sep 13||Olympiakos||1 - 4||Paris Saint Germain|
|2nd Oct 13||Anderlecht||0 - 3||Olympiakos|
|23rd Oct 13||Benfica||1 - 1||Olympiakos|
|5th Nov 13||Olympiakos||1 - 0||Benfica|
|27th Nov 13||Paris Saint Germain||2 - 1||Olympiakos|
|10th Dec 13||Olympiakos||3 - 1||Anderlecht|
|25th Feb 14||Olympiakos||2 - 0||Manchester United|
|19th Mar 14||Manchester United||3 - 0||Olympiakos|
Olympiakos have won their domestic Greek Super League consistently over the years and are a major force in Greek football. They still have some way to go to match the other top European teams but can boast a mixture of home grown players and a sprinkling of foreign talent, with Javier Saviola a key man up front.