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UEFA milestones and competition statistics
• Olympiacos have conceded 195 goals in the European Champion Clubs' Cup.
• The Greek champions are 25 games without a draw in UEFA competition, winning 13 and losing 12 since their UEFA Champions League meeting at AZ Alkmaar ended goalless on 24 November 2009.
• Only eight players registered by Olympiacos for last season's group stage feature this time round: Balázs Megyeri, José Holebas, Giannis Maniatis, Kostas Mitroglou, David Fuster, Dimitris Siovas, Kostas Manolas and Paulo Machado.
• In: Javier Saviola (Málaga CF), Sambou Yatabaré (SC Bastia), Michael Olaitan (Veria FC), Andreas Samaris (Panionios GSS), Vladimír Weiss (Pescara Calcio), Alejandro Domínguez (Rayo Vallecano de Madrid), Leandro Salino (SC Braga), Gaëtan Bong (Valenciennes FC), Delvin Ndinga (AS Monaco FC, loan), Carl Medjani (AS Monaco FC, on loan), Joel Campbell (Arsenal FC, loan), Roberto (Club Atlético de Madrid, loan).
• Out: Djamel Abdoun (Nottingham Forest FC), Leandro Greco (AS Livorno Calcio), Giannis Fetfatzidis (Genoa CFC), François Modesto (SC Bastia), Drissa Diakité (SC Bastia), Ljubomir Feijsa (SL Benfica), Giannis Zaradoukas (Asteras Tripolis FC), Chumbinho (Qarabağ FK), Alex Gogic (Swansea City AFC), Rafik Djebbour (Sivasspor, loan).
• Thirteen Olympiacos players were called up for senior duty during the international break: Manolas, Siovas, Maniatis, Holebas, Mitroglou (Greece), Balázs Megyeri (Hungary), Bong (Cameroon), Yatabaré (Mali), Ndinga (Congo), Weiss (Slovakia), Medjani (Algeria), Campbell (Costa Rica) and Roy Carroll (Northern Ireland).
• Holebas was sent off as Greece beat Liechtenstein 1-0 on 6 September, Mitroglou scoring the only goal in Vaduz.
• Campbell scored Costa Rica's third goal in a 3-1 victory over the United States on 6 September, his side sealing a 2014 FIFA World Cup spot four days later by holding Jamaica.
• Medjani and Yatabaré faced each other as Algeria beat Mali 1-0 on 10 September.
• Mitroglou has scored back-to-back hat-tricks for Olympiacos, following his three-goal haul in the 5-0 win at Levadiakos FC on 1 September – the first of his career – with another on Saturday against Skoda Xanthi FC.
• Bong (right ankle) and Salino (leg muscle) were both taken off against Xanthi after picking up knocks in the first half. Yatabaré made his league debut in the second period.
• The Levadiakos win was the first time the Piraeus outfit have hit five away from home in over six years.
• Olympiacos have won four out of four this season.
• Seven players made their Greek Super League debuts for Olympiacos in their opening day 1-0 win against Kalloni on 19 August.
• Six of Olympiacos' 12 goals this season have been scored by substitutes and seven have come from set pieces.
• Avraam Papadopoulos is nearing his comeback from the knee injury that means he has not played since April.
UEFA milestones and competition statistics
• In: Edinson Cavani (SSC Napoli), Marquinhos (AS Roma), Lucas Digne (LOSC Lille)
• Out: Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool FC), Kevin Gameiro (Sevilla FC), Mathieu Bodmer (OGC Nice), Diego Lugano (West Bromwich Albion FC), Clément Chantôme (Toulouse FC, loan), Alphone Aréola (RC Lens, loan), Sylvain Armand (Stade Rennais FC), Mohamed Sissoko (released), David Beckham (retired), Siaka Tiéné (Montpellier Hérault SC)
• Ten PSG players were called up for senior duty during the international break: Blaise Matuidi (France), Zlatan Ibrahimović (Sweden), Thiago Silva, Maxwell, Lucas (Brazil), Cavani (Uruguay), Ezequiel Lavezzi (Argentina), Salvatore Sirigu, Marco Verratti and Thiago Motta (Italy).
• Ibrahimović scored inside 27 seconds last Tuesday as Sweden won 1-0 in Kazakhstan in FIFA World Cup qualifying.
• Cavani (Uruguay 2-0 Colombia) and Thiago Silva (Brazil 3-1 Portugal, Boston) also scored last Tuesday.
• Thiago Motta was a late substitute as Italy booked their place at Brazil 2014 with victory over the Czech Republic on Tuesday, when Lavezzi's Argentina also qualified.
• It took PSG three games to record their first league win of 2013/14, a 2-0 victory at FC Nantes on 25 August. That is an improvement on last term, when they kicked off with three successive draws.
• Lucas scored his first goal for the club on Friday in a 2-0 victory over Laurent Blanc's former side FC Girondins de Bordeaux.
• PSG have registered just twice before half-time this season.
• Blanc arrived this summer to replace Carlo Ancelotti, who left to take the helm of Real Madrid CF after leading PSG to their first Ligue 1 title in 19 years.
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