Levadiakos, Panionios and Skoda
Xanthi preserved their Super League status following the
penultimate round of matches in the Super League on Wednesday.
Levadiakos, who were promoted last season, ensured that they
will continue in the top flight in the 2012/13 campaign after
Brazilian forward Chumbinho's 56th-minute goal earned them a 1-0
win at relegation-threatened Ergotelis.
Ergotelis, 14th in the 16-team standings, will now have to
wait until their final match against Xanthi on Sunday to
discover whether they will remain in the top flight next season.
Xanthi and Panionios made sure of their Super League future
when they drew 1-1.
Along with Ergotelis, Kerkyra and Panaitolikos are the other
clubs who will battle it out on the final weekend of the season
to avoid joining Doxa Drama in being relegated.
On Wednesday Kerkyra boosted their survival hopes with a 4-1
win over OFI Crete, while Panaitolikos thumped Aris 5-1.
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