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Both Panathinaikos and Maccabi Tel Aviv are coming off difficult losses earlier this week and will try to bounce back in round 4 of the 2023-24 EuroLeague season. The Greek team is the favourite to win, but Maccabi is always a dangerous opponent.
Panathinaikos vs Maccabi Tel Aviv – game predictions
- 1 Panathinaikos vs Maccabi Tel Aviv – game predictions
- 2 What’s next for Maccabi Tel Aviv?
- 2.1 Panathinaikos news, injuries, and starting lineups
- 2.2 Panathinaikos injury report
- 2.3 Panathinaikos starting lineup
- 2.4 Maccabi Tel Aviv news, injuries, and starting lineups
- 2.5 Maccabi Tel Aviv injury report
- 2.6 Maccabi Tel Aviv starting lineup
- 2.7 Panathinaikos vs Maccabi Tel Aviv head to head record
- 3 Key game details
Panathinaikos won the last two games against Maccabi Tel Aviv and they are favourites to make it three in a row.
Prediction 1: Panathinaikos to win @ 1/2 (1.50)
It’s been a couple of tough weeks for Maccabi Tel Aviv as they are facing many uncertainties given the situation in Israel. They will play the second road game in only three days which is definitely not easy. Panathinaikos, on the other hand, is back at home trying to bounce back after a loss to Fenerbahce. They have excellent roster with many players who are capable to step up in every single game. With the support of the fans, Panathinaikos will win this pretty easily at the OAKA.
Prediction 2: Jerian Grant over 8.5 points @ 17/20 (1.85)
Grant is one of many former NBA players on the Panathinaikos roster. He has been very valuable for the team as he is a pass-first point guard. He plays around 30 minutes per game for the Greek team but averages only 8.3 points per game. His efficiency is solid, and the only reason for the low-scoring is the number of attempts he takes. It is clear that Grant will have to step up in that aspect of the game which will be exactly what he will do in this game and score over 8.5 points.
What’s next for Maccabi Tel Aviv?
Maccabi Tel Aviv is one of the best teams in the EuroLeague history and they seemed like a team that can get back among the top 4 teams this season. Their roster looks powerful but with all the things happening in Israel, the team is facing big problems out of the court. There is a huge possibility for players to leave the team making this season very uncertain for the team.
Panathinaikos news, injuries, and starting lineups
Panathinaikos made a complete rebuild in the off-season, and the biggest move was bringing head coach Ergen Ataman. He won two EuroLeague titles in the last three years with Anadolu Efes, and the team believe he can transfer the success to Athens. Panathinaikos signed Mathias Lessort, who was named to the All-EuroLeague First Team last year. They also singed Luka Vildoza, Juancho Hernangomez, Kyle Guy, and Kostas Sloukas. Still, they are coming off a tough loss against Fenerbahce and will have to bounce back in front of the home crowd.
Panathinaikos injury report
Panathinaikos starting lineup
Luka Vildoza, Kyle Guy, Juancho Hernangomez, Konstantinos Mitroglu and Mathias Lessort
Maccabi Tel Aviv news, injuries, and starting lineups
Maccabi Tel Aviv had a great start of the season with a blow out win against the Partizan but things got frightening in the country and they were forced to postpone their home games. That has taken a huge toll on the team defocusing from basketball which has been visable in their last loss to Valencia.
Maccabi Tel Aviv injury report
Maccabi Tel Aviv starting lineup
Lorenzo Brown, Wade Baldvin IV, James Webb III, Rafi Menco and Josh Nebo
Panathinaikos vs Maccabi Tel Aviv head to head record
Panathinaikos leads 14-13 against Maccabi Tel Aviv but the Israeli team won 3 of the last 5 games.
- 17.09.2023: Panathinaikos won 89-77 in Athens
- 13.01.2023: Panathinaikos won 88-86 in Athens
- 27.10.2022: Maccabi Tel Aviv won 85-74 in Tel Aviv
- 29.03.2022: Maccabi Tel Aviv won 95-83 in Athens
- 21.10.2021: Maccabi Tel Aviv won 77-73 in Tel Aviv
Key game details
- Date & Time: October 20th, 2023 at 19:15 GMT
- Venue: OAKA Arena, Athens, Greece
- Where to watch match in UK: EuroLeagueTV and Eurosport Player
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