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Newly crowned Greek Champions, Olympiacos will bid to pile the pressure on under-fire David when they travel to take on Manchester United in the Champions league later tonight.
Olympiacos claimed their 41st Greek title with five matches to spare on Saturday, thanks to a 2-0 victory over Panthrakikos and they will head into the clash with United with the same advantage following goals from Alejandro Dominguez and on-loan Arsenal forward Joel Campbell in the first leg.
Despite having never won in England in 11 previous attempts, the Greek side will fancy their chances against a United that has lost 7 of the 14 games they have played so far this year, including a 3-0 defeat to Liverpool in their most recent game.
On the back of the poor showing against their great rivals on Sunday, reports in several UK newspapers claim that Moyes has just three games, starting against the Greek outfit to save his job.
The former Everton boss has struggled to fill the considerable boots of Alex Ferguson this season and admitted after the clash with Liverpool that the job was much tougher than he expected.
“The job was always going to be hard.” he said. “Is it harder than I thought it would be? Yeah, I would say so.”
“The players are capable of turning it round. We’re not playing as well as we should be, we have to play better. We’re going to have to make ourselves harder to beat.
“We”re also going to have make sure we’re creating more and taking more opportunities – we’ve got a lot to do to do both those things.
Moyes will make some changes to the side that failed to impress against Liverpool. Definitely out is Juan Mata after he featured earlier in the competition for Chelsea.
Jonny Evans is still out injured meaning that Nemanja Vidic will play in defence while Marouane Fellaini could pay the price for an abject performance on Sunday with Ryan Giggs and Darren Fletcher, on the periphery in recent weeks set to come in.
Should Giggs play then the Welshman would make his 140th Champions League for the club.
Olympiacos will head into the game with doubts over Ivan Marcano (groin) and Javier Saviola (quadriceps) while Michael Olaitan is definitely out following his collapse against Panathinaikos earlier this month.