Cypriot champions AEL FC take on Serbian giants FK Partizan Belgrade in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round on Wednesday evening at Larnaca’s Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, with the kick-off scheduled for 8.45pm.
“Partizan is a quality team with many experienced players. We respect them, but we do not give up in advance,” said AEL’s manager Pambos Christodoulou who has a full squad to choose from.
“The first game is in front of our fans and I believe that we have a group of players on our team who can defeat any opposition. Our main characteristic is that we are thirsty for success and this makes the chances of us or the Serbians progressing split in half.”Read More