Only in two of the last ten games between the two teams in all competitions has the home team won. In the rest there are five draws and three wins for the away team.
In total, Olympiacos has four wins in the last ten matches, independent of the competition and home, while PAOK prevailed in their last year’s match for the regular duration of the championship.
In total, Olympiacos and PAOK have faced each other 69 times with the home team of Piraeus and in 48 of them the Red and Whites have won. PAOK has won 12 times away from the home of Olympiakos, while there are still 9 matches that ended in draws.
Olympiacos has a streak of 14 consecutive victories in PAOK’s home games from November 12, 1989, until February 23, 2003.
PAOK managed to win on January 11, 2004 and break this streak, while on October 16, 2005 they won 2-1 at the new Karaiskakis Stadium and were the first team to leave the renovated stadium victorious.
Olympiakos’ biggest home win against PAOK was on June 3, 1962, with a score of 6-0 and Giorgos Sideris scoring four goals, the most ever scored by a player in a derby with PAOK. Stelios Psychos scored the other two goals in that match.
Giorgos Sideris has scored a total of 9 goals in home matches with PAOK, while Nikos Anastopoulos is in second place with 7 goals.
Pantelis Kafes scored a hat trick for PAOK on February 23, 2003, in the 4-3 defeat of Dikefalos in Rizoupoli.
48 OLYMPIC WINS
12 PAOK WINS