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Match: Ajax vs AEK Athens
Competition: Champions League
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Ajax vs AEK Athens live streaming: Match preview
One of Europe’s most historic clubs are back amongst the elite.
In their 118 year history, the Dutch giants have lifted 8 UEFA trophies including 4 European cups.
However, this season will end a four year wait to be back in the Champions League group stages.
They had to do it the hard way, negotiating three qualification rounds including against Dynamo Kyiv in the play off round, and they’ll be desperate to make an impact.
Their campaign begins against another side who cam through the qualifiers.
AEK too won 3 ties, their biggest sclapp coming in the form of Celtic.
This’ll be the Greek side’s fifth experience of a Champions League group stage but they have gone out in the four previous attempts.
Who’ll make the perfect start at the Johan Cruyff Arena?