The teams split home wins during the regular season, but will play deciding match tonight at 20:00 at packed “Fenerbahce” arena.
Real Madrid arrives with a EuroLeague best 26-8 record, having scored the second-most points (86 ppg.) and led the league in assists (20.5 apg.), three-pointers made (9.8 per game) and performance index rating (101.6), but faces a team playing under the winningest head coach in EuroLeague history.
This is the fourth time these two powerhouses meet at the Final Four in the past six years and Olympiacos won each of the first three, including a dramatic 61-62 decision in the 2012 championship game in this very same Sinan Erdem Dome.
Very important game for both teams, because its winner gets 2:1 series lead and will put huge pressure on opponent.
Olympiacos will try to return home court advantage and take lead of the series. But does it worth to take them at this price?