Doxa 2 Paralimni 2

Alki 2 Pafos FC 3

Apoel 4 Nea Salamina 0


Omonia 0 Apollon 2

Anorthosis v Ermis

Apoel are flying high top of the table the Leaders are moving towards their seventh consecutive title after a 4-0 win over New Salaminato keep a four-point lead over second placed  Apollonwho beat Omonia 2-0.  Antonio Jacolis and one each by Mousa Al Taamari and Nuno Morais scored for Apoel.

Four points is also the difference between AEK and AEL in third and fourth place respectively following AEK’s impressive 3-2 defeat of AEL on Sunday.

Things are beginning to clear up in the relegation scrap with Enosis Neon Paralimni and Alki the two teams that are set to battle it out to avoid the second relegation spot.

 Apollon also had an easy afternoon 24 hours later as they overcame a lacklustre Omonia 2-0. Apollon’s goals came from  Zelaya and  Psychas.

AEK led twice against AEL through Ivan Triscovski and Truyols only for Fidelis and Lafrance to bring the game level but 10 minutes from time Catala headed in AEK’s winner.

A goal in the final minute of added time from Aleksandr Dovbnia gave Pafos FC the three points in a 3-2 away win against Alki.

Alki had led through a 12th-minute goal by Carlos and seemed to be heading for the win but two late strikes by Rasic and Nemec turned the game on its head.

Alki thought that they had salvaged a point when Acosta found the net in the 85th minute but Dovbnia had other ideas with a goal right at the end.

Doxa Katokopias twice came back from behind to deny Enosis the win in a game that could have gone either way in the end.
Riera and Pittas the scorers for Enosis while Doxa replied through Carlos and Batin.
Enosis played for almost an hour with 10 players after Habardjumyan was sent off with a straight red.

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