Soccer-Greek championship fixtures

Reuters

Jan 24 (Infostrada Sports) - Fixtures from the Greek championship matches on Friday

Saturday, January 25 (GMT)

Kalloni v Apollon Smyrni (1300)

Atromitos Athinon v PAS Giannena (1515)

Panathinaikos v Platanias (1730)

Sunday, January 26 (GMT)

Levadiakos v Aris Salonika (1300)

Asteras Tripolis v OFI Crete (1515)

Panthrakikos v Panionios (1515)

PAOK Salonika v Veria (1515)

Xanthi v Olympiakos Piraeus (1730)

Monday, January 27 (GMT)

Ergotelis v Panaitolikos Agrinion (1515)

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